Today’s Headlines

  • A Section of I-85 in Atlanta Collapsed in a Fire (CNN)
  • Driver Distractions Are on the Rise, and So Are Pedestrian Deaths (Reuters)
  • Dems Think They Can Take Advantage of Trump on Infrastructure (HuffPo)
  • What HUD Boss Ben Carson Should Listen to on His Tour (Next City)
  • Lyft Tests Shuttle Program in Chicago, San Francisco (Tech Crunch)
  • MD’s Purple Line Remains on Schedule, Despite Uncertainties (WaPo)
  • Richard Florida: America’s “Big, Booming” Cities Actually Aren’t Big Enough (CityLab)
  • Amtrak VP Plays Down Potential Trump Cuts (Railway Gazette)
  • Miami Considers Going for ‘Vision Zero’ (Miami New Times)
  • Experts See Need for Walkable Urbanism in Senior Communities (HuffPo)

4 thoughts on Today’s Headlines

  1. It will be interesting to see how things really play out in Atlanta vs the hysteria going on right now

  2. You don’t think they will be rebuilt? Even hopelessly liberal Oakland, CA rebuilt a freeway in a similar incident a few years ago.

    SF did a couple of small teardowns after an earthquake but i would not hold your breath about that being repeated outside of OnePercentLand.

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