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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on May 19, 2017

    • Trump Administration Stalls on Rule Requiring States to Disclose GHG Impact of Highway Projects (Hill)
    • Congress Gave Green Light, But Chao Refuses to Send Caltrain Electrification Money Out the Door (Mercury News)
    • Driver Kills Times Square Pedestrian -- A Regular Occurrence Elsewhere in NYC and US (CityLab, Daily News)
    • Advocates Blast Boston's "Vision Zero" Mayor Marty Walsh for Blaming Crash Victims (Globe, Metro)
    • Mark Warner and Roy Blunt Introduce National Infrastructure Bank Bill in Senate (Hill)
    • Federal Government Wants to Know How Honolulu Will Fill Funding Gap for Partially-Completed Rail Line (AP)
    • Seattle Times Puzzles Over Why More People Don't Bicycle Without Protected Bike Lanes
    • Boise Takes Another Swing at Downtown Streetcar (Idaho Statesman)
    • Beckham-Backed Miami Soccer Stadium Would Be Built Without Government Funds -- Or Parking (Miami Herald)
    • Bike-Share: If It Will Play in Peoria... (WCBU)

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