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Today’s Headlines

10:43 AM EDT on May 18, 2018

    • Metro DC Biz Leaders Want Toll Hikes and More Transit Funding (WTOP)
    • Brightline Could Transform Transit in Car-Happy South Florida (Fast Company)
    • Minnesota Governor: GOP Has Declared War on Transit (Minneapolis Post)
    • Pittsburgh Considers More Bike Lanes, Lower Speed Limits (WXPI)
    • St. Petersburg Bike-Share Users Rode 90,000 Miles Last Year (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Pedestrian Deaths Are Up in Seattle (Crosscut), Down in San Antonio (News4SA)
    • Boston Declares War on Cambridge Dockless Bike-Share (Globe)
    • Failed Baton Rouge Tram Plan Returns as Bus Rapid Transit (The Advocate)
    • Toledo Doubles Sidewalk Repair Budget (WTOL)
    • Estonia Becomes the First Country With Free Transit Nationwide (Pop Up City)

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