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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on May 26, 2017

    • Seattle and Los Angeles Transit Agencies Speak Out Against Trump's Transit Cuts (MyNorthwest, Urbanist)
    • Missing in Reuters Story About Uber-Riding City Dwellers Who Go Car-Free: Any Mention of Transit
    • People Love Talking About Them, But Self-Driving Cars Do Not Yet Exist and Are Far in the Future (Economist)
    • Hampton Roads Transit Death Spiral: Ridership Drops, Pols Ask How Quickly They Can Cut Routes (Virginian-Pilot)
    • SC Lowcountry Needs to Build, Not Talk About, Streets Safe for Walking and Bicycling (Post and Courier)
    • After Blaming Crash Victims, Boston's Mayor Announces Year-Round Bike-Share Expansion (Globe)
    • Bike-Share System Launches in Louisville With 305 Bicycles (Courier-Journal)
    • Virginia Regional Planning Organization Puts Final Nail in Coffin for Bypass Highway (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
    • Pennsylvania DOT Changes Onerous Rule That Stalled Bike Lanes Across the State (BCGP)
    • Clever Denver Transit Planning Tool Asks Public How to Spend Transit Funds Most Efficiently (TransitCenter)

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