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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on June 15, 2017

    • Neighbors Pack Meeting Against Tampa Bay Highway Expansion, But MPO Signs Off Anyways (TB Times, WMNF)
    • Meanwhile: Towns East of Orlando Worry About Highway Extension Decimating Their Communities (Sentinel)
    • Dallas Puts Fresh City-Focused Faces on DART Board, Replacing Suburban Rail Backers (Dallas News, D Magazine)
    • Policy Win: Mesa, AZ, Funds Light Rail Expansion by Using Funds Dedicated to Widen Roads (East Valley Tribune)
    • Baltimore's Revamped Bus System, Consolation Prize for Cancelled Rail Line, Launches This Weekend (WBAL)
    • DC Council Restores Funding for Eastward Streetcar Extension, But Fate of Georgetown Link Still Unknown (WAMU)
    • Driver Kills Pennsylvania Transportation Advocate Peter Javsicas on Downtown Philly Sidewalk (Philly.com, BCGP)
    • Los Angeles Might Once Again Crack Down on People Who Park on Sidewalk "Green Strips" (LA Times)
    • UK Editor Too Scared to Bike; Top Danish Bike Advocate: "Would You Let Your Child Cycle Here?" (Guardian 1, 2)
    • Bike-Share Systems Launch in Dearborn and Southfield, Michigan (Crain's, Press & Guide)

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