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    • Cities, States, and Feds Used Infrastructure to Enforce Redlining (Guardian)
    • DOT Mulls How to Regulate Autonomous Vehicles (WaPo)
    • Chao Spars With Dems Over Fast-Tracking Environmental Review (Roll Call)
    • Study: Uber and Lyft Drivers Earn Half the Minimum Wage (NPR, USA Today)
    • How NACTO’s Guidance Led to an Explosion of Bike Lanes (The Atlantic)
    • Transit Funding Bills Advance Through Georgia Legislature (Gwinnett Daily Post)
    • New Orleans Puts Off Study on Streetcar Expansion (Times-Picayune)
    • Seattle’s Sound Transit CEO Accused of Bias in Workplace Conduct (Crosscut)
    • Cleveland Planning Hundreds of Miles of Bike Trails and Lanes (Next City)
    • Absentee Voting on Kansas City Streetcar Starts Today (Star)

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