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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EST on January 5, 2017

    • Paul Ryan: Infrastructure Measure Will Seek Private Financing, Won't Stimulate Economy (Hugh Hewitt)
    • Five Ways Federal Infrastructure Spending Makes Cities Poorer (Strong Towns)
    • How High Transit Construction Costs Fit in With Transit's Other Political Challenges (Frontier Group)
    • Gas Prices Headed Toward Five-Year High (KARE 11 Minneapolis)
    • Vox Throws Cold Water on Climate Optimism in the Trump Era
    • Vancouver's Bike-Friendly Streets Are a Model for North America (Globe and Mail)
    • Michigan May Raise Speed Limits Despite Failure to Reduce Traffic Deaths (Transport Topics)
    • Boston's Experiment With Dynamic Parking Pricing Already Seems to Be Working (Globe)

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