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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on May 23, 2017

    • After Long Delay, Federal Judge Revokes Environmental Approval for Purple Line (WaPo, WAMU, GGW)
    • Chao Reverses Course, Approves $647 Million for Caltrain Electrification (Mercury News)
    • Congressional Progressive Caucus Floats Wishful $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan (Hill)
    • Rumored Trump Infrastructure Plan Would Streamline and Trim Federal Environmental Approvals (Hill)
    • Baltimore Bus Riders Less Than Thrilled About Navigating Upcoming Bus Network Redesign (Sun)
    • Ford Dumps CEO Mark Fields for Jim Hackett, Its Autonomous Vehicles Chief (NYT 1, 2)
    • Scott Walker Brags About Stopping Milwaukee Transportation Projects, Says Gas Tax Hike Not Necessary (WSAW)
    • It's Almost Like the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority Doesn't Want People Riding Its Buses (The Blade)
    • House Bill for Philadelphia Pilot Speed Camera Project Slated for Committee Vote (BCGP)
    • Check Out Photos from Portland's First Open Streets Event of the Season (BikePortland)

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