Today’s Headlines

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  • Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez Grasps for Excuses to Torpedo Transit Plan (WLRN)
  • Jacksonville Mayor Wants to Turn Trash-Filled Creek Into Greenway (Times-Union)
  • St. Petersburg Stretch of Coast-to-Coast Florida Trail Is Open (Tampa Bay Times)
  • New Timeline, Renderings, Video for Park Over Atlanta Freeway Coming Soon (Curbed)
  • Alpharetta Includes Traffic-Calming With Parking Deck, Missing the Point Entirely (Patch)
  • Drivers Killed Two Spartanburg Cyclists Less Than Two Weeks Apart (Fox Carolina)
  • Danville, VA Event Highlights Complete Streets (GoDanRiver)
  • Richmond Plan Calls for Trolley Where People Want Actual Transit (Times-Dispatch)
  • Nashville Transit Plan Is Already Spurring Development (Tennessean)
  • Breaking: Columnist Can’t Always Park Exactly Where He Wants (Log Cabin Democrat)

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  • DC Commuters Opt to Bike or Share Rides During Metro Repairs (Mobility Lab)
  • After Rejecting Rail, Hampton Roads Will Get HOT Lanes Instead (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Raleigh Nixes Dedicated Bus Lane to Widen Road for Cars (News & Observer)
  • Louisiana’s Tammany Trace Inducted Into Rail-Trail Hall of Fame … (Times-Pic)
  • … And May Be Extended Into Slidell (The Advocate)
  • St. Charles, LA Complete Streets Project Set for Final Approval (Herald Guide)
  • Alabama Gas Tax Hike Unlikely Until 2019 (AL.com)
  • Gwinnett Group Completes Pedestrian Projects Around Failed Mall (AJC)
  • Atlanta’s Relay Bike-Share Expands to Buckhead (PATH400)

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  • Atlanta BeltLine Presents Plans for Trail Extension Through Buckhead (Atlanta Intown)
  • Proposed Midtown Atlanta Towers Would Include More Than 1,000 Parking Spaces (Curbed)
  • Atlanta Bike-Share Puts 500 Bikes at MARTA Stations to Close “Last Mile” Gap (Saporta Report)
  • Hampton Roads Interstate Tolls Pushed Back to December (WTOP)
  • Fairfax and Loudoun Counties Fight Over Metro Funding (WTOP)
  • Memphis Riverfront Plan Emphasizes Pedestrian Access (Daily News)
  • FDOT Proposes Filling in Gaps in Ormond Beach Bike/Ped Infrastructure (Observer)
  • Tampa Bay Times: Business Community Should Lead the Push for Transit
  • NC DOT Will Widen Part of I-440 Around Raleigh (WTVD)
  • Preparing for Growth, Hardeeville, SC Is Building a 66-Mile Bike Trail (WTOC)

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  • Mayor Says Miami-Dade Can’t Afford Rail Lines, Downgrades to BRT (Herald)
  • Parking Underneath Orlando Freeway Will Be Replaced By Park (Sentinel)
  • Driver Not Charged After Hitting 4-Year-Old on Volusia Beach (Sentinel)
  • Charlotte Police Seek Driver Who Killed Moped Rider (Observer)
  • Black Atlanta Residents Feel Left Out of BeltLine Planning (AJC)
  • Dunwoody Approves Variance for Development to Tie Into Trail (Reporter)
  • Charleston’s Month-Old Bike-Share Program Is a Success (Post and Courier)
  • Crystal City, VA Will Study Pedestrian Link to Reagan Airport (ARL Now)
  • Study Recommends Metro Expansion, Fare Cuts, More Carpooling in Northern VA (WTOP)
  • Hackers Post Lewd Messages on Charlotte Highway Signs (Observer)

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  • Tennessean Calls for Complete Streets, Urges Drivers to Respect Walkers and Bikers
  • The AJC Endorses Georgia State Funding for Transit
  • Libertarians Say Toll Roads Are the Solution to Atlanta Traffic (AJC)
  • GDOT Is Cutting Down Trees on I-16, and People Are Mad (Savannah Morning News)
  • Mayor and State Rep Criticize Bishop, GA Highway Widening (Banner-Herald)
  • South Carolina Is a Dangerous Place to Ride a Motorcycle (Charleston Post and Courier)
  • Clemson and Anderson Are Switching to Electric Buses (Independent Mail)
  • Candidate for VA Governor Catches Flack for Criticizing Transpo Tax (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Despite Need, Santa Rosa County, FL Won’t Start Transit System (Pensacola News Journal)
  • I-95 Wrong-Way Driver Sentenced to 7 Years in Miami (Herald)

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  • Atlanta BeltLine Has Built Only a Tenth of Promised Affordable Housing (AJC)
  • Miami Beach Cracks Down on Bike-Share Startup (New Times)
  • Right, Aiken Standard: Widening I-20 Will Solve Traffic Problems
  • Of Course GDOT Destroyed the Skate Park Under I-85 (WABE)
  • Construction Set to Start on Fort Lauderdale’s Old-School Streetcar (Sun Sentinel)
  • Tampa Leaders Tour Charlotte for Transit Tips (Tampa Bay Times)
  • TC Palm: It’s “Heresy,” But Treasure Coast Should Pursue Brightline Stop
  • Orlando Transpo Officials Think More Cars Equal Less Traffic (Sentinel)
  • Miami-Dade’s Metrorail Has Lots of Broken Trains (Herald)
  • Gun Extremists May Now Legally Terrorize Tennessee Bus Riders (Times Free Press)

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  • Atlanta Needs Better Transit — Buses or Rail? (WSB)
  • Athens Officials Divert Walking and Biking Funds to Road Projects (Banner-Herald)
  • Charlotte Cop Who Hit Pedestrian at 100 MPH Charged With Misdemeanor (Observer)
  • Franklin, TN Cyclist Talks About Getting Back on the Road After Wreck (Tennessean)
  • South Carolina Freeway Washed Out by Storm (The State)
  • AL DOT Awards Troy $400,000 for Downtown Sidewalks (Messenger)
  • Lyft Debuts at Huntsville Airport (AL.com)
  • Sunshine State News: Florida Law Should Protect Uber Drivers
  • St. Lucie County, FL Adds Evening and Saturday Bus Service (TC Palm)

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