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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on April 27, 2017

    • APTA: Trump's Transit Cuts Would Jeopardize 1.1 Million Jobs and $38 Billion Worth of Projects (Hill)
    • Nashville Mayor Pushes Transit Funding Plan, Identifies First Light Rail Corridor (Tennessean, Biz Journal)
    • North Carolina's 18-Mile Durham-Orange Light Rail Clears Another Hurdle (Herald-Sun)
    • This Struggling Arkansas City Wants Trump to Fund a $3 Billion Interstate Highway (NBC News)
    • Detroit's 430-Bike, 43-Station Bike-Share, Named "MoGo," to Launch in May (Free Press, News, MLive)
    • SPUR Explains Why California's Recent Transportation Funding Agreement, Warts and All, Is a Huge Deal
    • California to Allow Autonomous Vehicle Tests Without Drivers (Sac Bee); Carmakers Want More (Reuters)
    • Peter Calthorpe "Deeply Frightened" That Self-Driving Cars Will Turbo-Charge Sprawl (Business Insider)
    • CEO of Architecture Giant Gensler Talks About Designing for a Future With Fewer Parking Garages (Curbed)
    • Journey Back to 1957 and Learn About Syracuse's Failed "Mr. Jaywalker" Campaign (Syracuse.com)

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