Today’s Headlines

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  • Repairs Have DC Metro Telling Riders to Stop Taking Metro (WaPo)
  • Baltimore Revises Fire Code to Clear Way for More Bike Lanes (Sun)
  • How Can Cities Reverse the Drop in Bus Ridership? (Mobility Lab)
  • Three Bike-Share Companies Leave Dallas (KERA)
  • Hundreds of Dallas Ofo Bikes Wind Up in Scrap Heap (Morning News, KHOU)
  • Savannah Transit Officials Hope for Funding From State of GA (Morning News)
  • Manufacturers Buy Ads to Remind Trump About Infrastructure (Bloomberg)
  • Las Vegas Sun: Rail Is the Only Thing That Can Reduce Traffic
  • There’s No App for Michigan’s Amish Version of Uber (WWMT)

Today’s Headlines

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  • LeBron James Talks About His Love of Bikes (Wall Street Journal)
  • Today’s Parking Garages Can Be the Housing of Tomorrow (Arch Daily)
  • Uber and Lyft Want California Dems to Remove Drivers’ Protections (Bloomberg)
  • Atlanta Buys Land for BeltLine Expansion (AJC)
  • DC Cyclists Want Crackdown on Parking in Bike Lanes (WUSA)
  • Baton Rouge Introduces Carpooling App (Advocate)
  • Eugene and Oregon Police Will Ticket More Speeding Drivers (KVAL)
  • Post & Courier: Testing Charleston Bus Rapid Transit Would Reduce Risk of Failure
  • Sound Transit Demos Buildings to Clear Way for Light Rail (Herald Net)

Today’s Headlines

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  • WaPo: Cities Can’t Rely on Uber and Lyft to Reduce Traffic
  • Atlanta Has $2.5B to Spend on Transit — But $11B Worth of Projects (AJC)
  • Can Minneapolis Build the North Side Greenway Without Displacement? (Star-Trib)
  • Rubber Flaps Could Make DC Streetcar Tracks Safer for Cyclists (WAMU)
  • Salt Lake City Tells Scooter Riders to Stay Off Sidewalk (KSL)
  • Kansas City Opens First Protected Bike Lane (KBIA)
  • Rural Roundabouts Save Lives (Raleigh News & Observer)
  • Google and Toronto Pare Down ‘Smart City’ Plans (Architect’s Newspaper)

Today’s Headlines

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  • The Cleanest Car Is No Car at All (Curbed)
  • New MetroLink Station Opens in St. Louis (Post-Dispatch)
  • DC DOT Announces Dedicated Bus Lanes on 16th St. NW (WAMU)
  • WFPL Talks to Riders About Louisville Bus System
  • Birmingham Commits $20 Million to Bus Rapid Transit (Birmingham News)
  • Waymo Will Take People to Transit Stops in Phoenix (Market Watch)
  • Buffalo Company Partners With City to Repaint Bike Lanes (Rising)
  • 250 Rochester Rental Bikes Go Missing (Democrat & Chronicle)
  • Charlotte Seeks Input on Protected Uptown Bike Lane (WSOC, Fox 46)
  • Rhode Island Town Cracks Down on Jaywalking Turkeys (Providence Journal)
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