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Pete Buttigieg will be Joe Biden's transportation salesman-in-chief, and will have the opportunity to implement stricter safety standards for ever-larger vehicles.
As we await final results in two runoffs in the Peachtree State, let's get to today's news.
It's the first workday of a new year. And the best way to start it is with today's news digest.
The Year of the Neighborhood, which brought calamity to transit systems nationwide, is almost behind us.
All the news, plus the waning days of our December donation drive!
How about that: Buying every American an electric Vespa would solve our transportation problem. Plus all the other news of the day.
A look at Mayor Pete's transportation record in South Bend, Sound Transit is disappointed in the stimulus bill and more headlines.
In the latest headlines: The latest coronavirus stimulus bill isn't enough, and neither are efforts to reduce traffic deaths.
Congress finally passed another stimulus bill, but is it enough? Plus, Virginia decriminalizes jaywalking and more headlines.
It was a record year for bike sales, and whether people keep pedaling hinges in large part on Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg.
Once more, for the people in the back: There's no such thing as free parking. That headline and more!