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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on May 16, 2017

    • Chao: Trump's Infrastructure "Vision" Will Be Released in "Next Several Weeks" (Hill, AP)
    • Gas Tax Hikes: Highway Contractors Prepare for SC Windfall (Independent Mail), Want Same in Kansas (KMUW)
    • Oregon Legislature's Transportation Funding Plan Wrongly Assumes More People = More Cars (Willamette Week)
    • Meanwhile, Oregon's Bike Industry Fights Back Against Legislature's Bike Tax Proposal (BikePortland)
    • Learning Lessons from I-85 Collapse, Gwinnett County Could Permanently Re-Route Its Bus Network (Daily Post)
    • Light Rail Extension to Redmond Is Chance to Get Walkability Right (Seattle Bike Blog)
    • Streetcar Construction Underway in Milwaukee (Journal Sentinel)
    • What Is Costing Bike Riders Their Lives? OC Register Points Finger at Everything Except Deadly Road Design
    • David Levinson on Elon Musk: "Interesting, In a Techno-Hucksterish Sort Of Way" (Transportist)
    • Enjoy Photos From This Weekend's Open Streets and Better Block Event in Louisville (Broken Sidewalk)

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