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Today’s Headlines

9:25 AM EST on February 21, 2017

    • Trump Administration Deals a Blow to Caltrain Electrification (SF Chronicle)
    • Will Trump Punish Sanctuary Cities By Withholding Funds for Transportation Projects? (Politico)
    • Instead of "Climate Change," FHWA Now Refers to "Resilience" (WaPo)
    • New York Times Profiles Denver's Backward Plan to Widen an Urban Highway
    • Nebraska Senator Deb Fisscher Wants to Fund Transportation With Border Fees (Washington Examiner)
    • Surge of Pedestrian Deaths in Chicago Shows No Signs of Slowing (DNAinfo)
    • Bike Lane Vigilante Targets Philly's Illegal Parkers (Philly Voice)
    • GOP Lawmakers Trying to Divert Twin Cities Light Rail Money to Roads and Bridges (Star Tribune)
    • WA Lawmakers Want to Revive Boondoggle Megahighway Bridge Outside Portland (Planetizen)

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