Today’s Headlines

  • Maryland Cutting Tolls for Truckers While Governor Pleads Poverty on Transit Projects (WBAL11)
  • Connecticut’s New CTFastrak BRT Surpasses First Year Ridership Goal in Five Weeks (FoxCT)
  • Where Millennials Can Afford to Buy Homes — Mostly the Midwest Zillow
  • Brookings Analyzes Employment in Infrastructure
  • What Really Happened to America’s Streetcars (Vox)
  • Smart Growth Seattle: Why We Don’t Need Rent Control
  • Paris Wants to Take the Seine Back From Cars (CityLab)

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