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Today’s Headlines

11:06 AM EST on February 20, 2018

    • Trump Wants to Erode 150 Years of Federal Support for Infrastructure (Seattle Times)
    • You Could Double What We Spend on Walking and Biking With a 1 Cent Gas Tax (Mobility Lab)
    • Elon Musk Has Started Hyperloop Digging in D.C. and WaPo Is Skeptical
    • Positive Train Control Could Prevent a Crash Every Other Day (Charleston Post and Courier)
    • Minneapolis Planning 10 More Bus Rapid Transit Lines (Star-Tribune)
    • Yes, the North Spokane Corridor Freeway Is Still Happening (Spokesman-Review)
    • Massachusetts Awards Complete Streets Funds to Springfield (WWLP)
    • Bus Ridership Down 24 Percent in South Bend, Indiana (South Bend Tribune)
    • Cycling Getting More Popular in Wilmington, NC (Star News)

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