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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on May 22, 2017

    • OMB Official: Trump's Budget Will Include $200 Billion for Infrastructure Over 10 Years (Bloomberg)
    • David Roberts: "A Carbon-Free, Autonomous Car Is Still a Car; It Still Takes Up Space" (Vox)
    • Portland Residents Want City to Pilot Bus Lanes on Hawthorne Bridge (KATU)
    • Connecticut Cuts Ribbon On Its First Protected Bike Lane (New Haven Independent, WTNH)
    • Muddled Editorial From Denver Post Expresses Support for Protected Bike Lanes, Sort Of
    • Meanwhile: San Luis Obispo Tribune Editorial Wants More Protected Bike Lanes to Encourage Bicycling
    • Texas House Passes Bills to Encourage Driverless Cars, Discourage High-Speed Rail (Dallas News)
    • Dockless Bike-Share Company Prepares Seattle Launch After Pronto's Demise (MyNorthwest)
    • CityLab Marks Bike to Work Week by Looking at Which Cities Have the Most Bike Commuters
    • Downtown Oklahoma City Streetcar Construction Well Underway (NewsOK)

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