Today’s Headlines

  • FTA Gives States Hit by Hurricanes $277 Million to Rebuild Transit Systems (RT&S)
  • Court Rules Uber and Lyft Should Release Passenger Data to City (Seattle Times)
  • Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging KC Streetcar Vote (Biz Journal)
  • The Case for Traffic Signals That Give Buses Priority (City Lab)
  • Driver Challenges Legality of Baltimore Bus Lanes (WBAL)
  • Business Group Slams Seattle Mayor for Installing Bike Lanes (KTTH)
  • Drivers Hit Seven Cyclists in Charlotte Last Week, Prompting Calls for Safer Streets (WSOC)
  • Norfolk Light Rail Hits 10 Million Passengers in Seventh Year (Virginian-Pilot)
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    “Drivers Hit Seven Cyclists in Charlotte Last Week, Prompting Calls for Safer Streets”

    The article says nothing about cyclists being hit. It notes that several (not seven) pedestrians were hit in the past week. Once again, can you just stick to citing the actual headlines and not making up your own, especially those that are patently false?