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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on June 2, 2017

    • T&I Chair Bill Schuster Open to "Targeted Tolling" on Highways In "Really Congested Areas" (Herald-Mail)
    • Oregon Legislature's Transportation Funding Plan Includes a Lot of Freeway Expansions (BikePortland)
    • Conservative Opposition to Increasing Taxes Kills Proposed Louisiana Gas Tax Hike (Advocate)
    • Transportation Is Ripe for a Shake-Up, and That Must Include Changing How We Think About Cars (Frontier Group)
    • Road Pricing Fail: Why Park Your Car When You Can Pay Someone to Drive It Around Manhattan Instead? (Slate)
    • Tampa Bay's Transit Agency Prepares for a Bus Network Overhaul (SaintPetersBlog)
    • Maryland Halts Pre-Construction Work on Purple Line While It Appeals Judge's Ruling (WAMU)
    • San Antonio City Council Poised to Vote on $2 Million for Vision Zero Pedestrian Safety Projects (Fox 29)
    • Portsmouth, NH, Officials Defend Decision to Build Parking Garage They Insist Will Pay for Itself (SeacoastOnline)
    • Downtown Sioux Falls Neighborhood Groups Push for Walk and Bike Improvements (Argus Leader)

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