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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on May 9, 2017

    • Raising State Gas Taxes to Cover Transportation Budget Gaps "No Longer Taboo" (Governing, AP)
    • But Shouldn't We Start Moving Toward Taxing Miles Driven Instead? (CityLab)
    • RealClearPolitics Looks at Obstacles Facing Trump's Rumored Infrastructure Plan
    • Toyota Employees Will Sit in Suburban Texas Traffic On Their Way to Work for Car Company (Dallas Morning News)
    • Economist Looks at the Promise and Struggles of Expanding Rail in Los Angeles
    • Indianapolis Transit Supporters Test Water for Suburban Tax to Fund Transit Expansion (CBS 4)
    • Increasingly in Denver, Streets Aren't Just for Cars Anymore (Denver Post)
    • Instead of Charging More, Portsmouth, NH, Hopes New Garage Will Solve Parking Crunch (SeacoastOnline)
    • Northern Virginia Man Installs Homemade Sign Telling Drivers Not to Stop for Pedestrians and Cyclists (NBC 4)
    • NJ High School Students Face Severe Consequences for Bike Ride That Slowed Down Car Traffic (Hunterdon Review)

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