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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on June 8, 2017

    • Public-Private Partnerships Can Work, But Government Must Be Careful Not to Get Screwed (NYT, Politico)
    • Shelley Poticha Pokes Holes in Trump's Wall Street-Friendly Infrastructure Privatization "Plan" (NRDC)
    • Baltimore Mayor Says She Could Use Bogus Fire Truck Rule to Erase More Bike Lanes (Sun)
    • Building More Dense, Walkable Housing Is the Key for Cities to Support the Paris Agreement (Cascadia Weekly)
    • Meanwhile, in Seattle: 400 Apartments (Plus 260 Parking Spaces) Above New Light Rail Station (Capitol Hill Times)
    • It Looks Like the Atlanta Streetcar Is Back on Track After Series of Operational Problems (AJC)
    • Kansas City Streetcar Authority Endorses Route for Northward Extension (KC Star)
    • Hampton Roads Transit, With Falling Bus Ridership, Plans Light Rail Expansion (Virginian-Pilot)
    • Meanwhile, in Clemson, SC: Mayor "Very Interested" in Personal Rapid Transit Pod Cars (Independent Mail)
    • Meet the New Highway Expansion Plan, Same as the Old Highway Expansion Plan (Tampa Bay Times)

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