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Today’s Headlines

10:05 AM EST on January 26, 2018

    • Indiana Lawmakers Reconsider Light Rail Ban in Hopes of Luring Amazon (Indy Star)
    • Georgia Lawmakers Mull Expanding MARTA and Rebranding It “The ATL” (WABE)
    • Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Favors Wealthy Areas Over Poor Ones (Quartz)
    • Republicans Tired of Waiting for Trump’s Infrastructure Plan (Politico)
    • NIMBYs and Republicans Are Trying to Stop Minneapolis’s Southwest Line (Star Trib)
    • First of $200M Worth of Bike Lanes Breaks Ground in San Diego (Union-Tribune)
    • Phoenix Councilman Recommends Throwing Bikes in the Trash (Arizona Republic)
    • Kansas City Streetcar Riders Are Still Driving -- and Parking (Star)
    • Cycle Tracks Are Helpful on Fast Roads, But What About Slow Streets? (Strong Towns)
    • U.K. City Developing Cheap Lighter-Than-Light Rail for Suburbs (Global Rail News)

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