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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on August 1, 2017

    • NRDC Sues Trump Administration for Halting Rule That Would Track Highway Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    • The Nation Takes a Look at How Denver's I-70 Widening Would Blast Through Low-Income Neighborhoods
    • Instead of Building New Highway, North Carolina to Spend $531 Million Widening I-85 (Shelby Star)
    • Trump's Turbulent White House Continues to Insist Infrastructure Is "Still a Priority" (Hill)
    • Judges Often Make Bad Decisions on Transportation Cases -- Exhibit A: Maryland's Purple Line (Governing)
    • Kansas City Residents and Pols, Wanting Ample On-Street Parking, Push Higher Parking Minimums (Star)
    • Self-Driving Cars Could Revolutionize Parking, Impacting Municipal Bottom Lines (Governing)
    • Scariest Thing About Riding the Bus? Crossing Dangerous Streets, Waiting in the Sun (Houston Chronicle)
    • Boise Plans One Block of Protected Bike Lane in Front of City Hall (Statesman, KTVB)
    • City of New Orleans, Advocacy Group Open Temporary Protected Bike Lane (Curbed)

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