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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on July 18, 2017

    • Miami-Dade Mayor Downgrades Transit Expansion Plan, Swaps Out Rail for BRT (Miami Herald)
    • Bush Transportation Secretary Mary Peters Pushes for More Public-Private Partnerships (NYT)
    • Audit Finds Utah Transit Authority Keeps Costs Down, But Struggles With Ridership (Salt Lake Tribune)
    • Despite Demand, Transit Expansion Stalled in Santa Rosa County, FL (Pensacola News Journal)
    • Downtown LA's Streetcar Loop Looks Like a Very Bad Idea (LA Weekly)
    • It's Time to Put a Lid on I-5 Through Downtown Seattle (Crosscut)
    • Bay Area Bike-Share Opponents Cite Gentrification, Corporate Sponsorship, and... Parking (Daily Californian, Examiner)
    • New Haven Politicians Aren't Quite on Board With Protected Bike Lane Plan (Independent)
    • Elon Musk Shares His Vision of Our Robot Car Future at National Governors Association (Futurism)
    • For Some Reason, Cars Are Still Allowed in Seattle's Pike Place Market (Stranger)

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