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Tuesday’s Headlines Need Help

12:00 AM EDT on October 4, 2022

Credit: College of DuPage

    • Repairing the transportation infrastructure destroyed by Hurricane Ian will cost billions. (Politico)
    • Hot-rod drivers killed two people during an unsanctioned car show in Wildwood, N.J. last week. (Jalopnik)
    • The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority can be fixed, advocates say, and here's how. (Commonwealth)
    • Halfway to its target date for eliminating traffic deaths, Seattle has never been further away from Vision Zero. (Seattle Met)
    • New Jersey is establishing a Vision Zero task force. (Globe)
    • Milwaukee County is cutting bus service as federal funds run out. (Journal-Sentinel)
    • Detroit bike-share MoGo is now available at Belle Isle. (Axios)
    • A new QR code will help SEPTA keep Philadelphia trains and buses clean. (WHYY)
    • Atlanta transit agency MARTA wants to turn the land around a train station into a dense mixed-use development. (AJC)
    • Believe it or not, some think Las Vegas could one day become a walkable city. (Weekly)
    • Here's how one Oregon teacher convinced his kids to bike to school. (Route Fifty, Streetsblog USA)

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