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Wednesday’s Headlines

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Register now before we sell out! Act against climate change and create universal mobility at the 2020 National Shared Mobility Summit, March 17-19 in Chicago. Meet leaders from the public and private sectors and learn the latest policies and practices. Form partnerships and make new modes work for communities of all sizes. Before they’re street-ready, […]

Tuesday’s Headlines

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Register now before we sell out! Act against climate change and create universal mobility at the 2020 National Shared Mobility Summit, March 17-19 in Chicago. Meet leaders from the public and private sectors and learn the latest policies and practices. Form partnerships and make new modes work for communities of all sizes. Twenty years after […]

Monday’s Headlines

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Register now before we sell out! Act against climate change and create universal mobility at the 2020 National Shared Mobility Summit, March 17-19 in Chicago. Meet leaders from the public and private sectors and learn the latest policies and practices. Form partnerships and make new modes work for communities of all sizes. A California bill […]

Friday’s Headlines

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American cities should follow European cities’ lead by making streets multimodal, implementing congestion pricing, establishing car-free zones, eliminating on-street parking and boosting transit. (Curbed) Yonah Freemark highlights 20 North American transit projects set to open in 2020, including rail lines in Denver, Miami, Honolulu, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, and bus rapid transit in Houston, […]

Thursday’s Headlines

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House Democrats acknowledged they can’t continue to view infrastructure as simply building highways while introducing a $760-billion bill that puts an emphasis on climate change. But two-thirds of the $489 billion devoted to transportation would still go toward roads. (Politico) Climate change will affect the way we work and commute. Increasing heat and natural disasters […]

Wednesday’s Headlines

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City Lab predicts that e-scooter companies will be culled, city regulations will produce winners and losers, the battle over data will rage on and forms will emerge that make women and gender-noncomforming folks more comfortable. Consolidation is already happening: Bird just acquired European rival Circ (The Verge). Meanwhile, e-scooter operator Spin is tripling its devices […]