Today’s Headlines

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  • Mayor Carlos Gimenez Wants Miami-Dade to Keep Choking on Traffic (Herald)
  • Nashville Scene Columnist Slaps Down Tennessean Critic of Mayor Barry’s Transit Plan
  • Council Approves MARTA Streetcar Takeover; Is BeltLine Next Stop? (Curbed)
  • Atlanta Council Members Want Less Parking in New Buckhead Developments (Curbed)
  • GDOT Proposes Road Diet on Peachtree Road in Brookhaven (Reporter)
  • Arlington Can’t Decide Where to Build a New Train Station (Inside NoVA)
  • Consultant Recommends Saturday Transit Service in Aiken, SC (Standard)
  • Brevard County, FL Puts Onus for Pedestrian Safety on School Kids (Space Coast Daily)

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  • Nashville Protesters Worry Light Rail Will Bring Gentrification (News Channel 5)
  • Gainesville Development Sparks Traffic Concerns, But No Mention of Transit (WUFT)
  • Florida Will Start Charging Tolls Again Thursday (Fox 13 News)
  • Atlanta BeltLine Reservoir Could Provide More Than Drinking Water (Saporta Report)
  • Atlanta Design Book Calls for More BRT, Denser Development Around MARTA (Reporter)
  • New Bucksport, SC Bus Provides Transportation to School and Jobs (WMBF)
  • NC DOT Bulldozing Houses for Downtown Winston-Salem Highway Project (Journal)
  • Bristol, TN Faces Fight Over Highway Land Grab (Herald-Courier)
  • Mississippi Senator Supports Gulf Coast Amtrak Line (MS Business Journal)

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  • Irma Traffic Jams Spark Growth and Infrastructure Debate (Miami Herald)
  • Florida Tolls Suspended During Irma Recovery (WTXL)
  • Feds Award Pinellas County $1 Million for Electric Buses (Patch)
  • Amazon Bid Pushes Cobb County to Beef Up Transit (Marietta Daily Journal)
  • The Rent Is Too Damn High Near MARTA Stations (Curbed Atlanta)
  • Oxford Expands Bus Service for Drunk Ole Miss Students (Eagle)
  • TDOT Will Finally Improve Nashville Intersection After Multiple Deaths (WSMV)
  • South Carolina Schools Want to Replace Buses Prone to Catching Fire (Post and Courier)
  • Cape Fear Releases Bike Master Plan (WHQR)

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  • Tri-Rail Is Back Up and Running, and Rides Are Free Today (Sun Sentinel)
  • Florida Bridges Tested for Safety After Hurricane Irma (FIU News)
  • High Transportation Costs Are Bankrupting Rural Georgia Schools (Athens Banner-Herald)
  • 40 Percent of DeKalb Sales Tax Would Go to Road Paving (AJC)
  • Road Builders Endorse Northam for Virginia Governor (Augusta Free Press)
  • Gillespie Reopens Transpo Funding Debate in Virginia (Daily Press)
  • People in Prince William Want Access to I-66 Bike Path (Inside NoVA)
  • Lexington, KY Pedestrian Bridge Is Eight Months Behind Schedule (State Journal)
  • Louisiana Has a $13 Billion Transpo Construction Backlog (Baton Rouge Biz Report)
  • Autonomous Driving: It’s Not Just for Cars Anymore (Fox Carolina)

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  • Mayor Megan Barry Talks Transit in Nashville Scene Q&A
  • Baton Rouge Council Refuses to Hold Referendum on Transpo Tax (The Advocate)
  • Heavy Rail? Light Rail? BRT? Fulton County Drills Down on Transit Study (AJC)
  • Downtown Atlanta Master Plan Calls for Less Parking, Revamping MARTA Station (Intown Paper)
  • Panama City Officials Want FDOT to Hurry Up and Widen Road (News Herald)
  • Bradley County, TN Residents Fight Widening Project (News Channel 9)
  • Virginia Candidate Gillespie Flip-Flips on Transpo Funding (Daily News)
  • Atlanta Mayoral Forum Will Focus on Transit, Walking, and Biking (Eventbrite)
  • Atlanta BeltLine Park Will Open in 2019 (Curbed)
  • Wanna Be a Lab Rat for Ford’s Robot Car Experiments? Good! (The Verge)

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  • Fleeing Irma Wasn’t an Option for Those Who Lack Transportation (NBC 6)
  • The Sun Sentinel Lays Out How to Get Around South Florida
  • MARTA Closure Leads to Redditor’s Epiphany About Transit’s Importance (Curbed)
  • TN Lawmaker Calls Nashville Transit Plan “Insanity,” Plugs Non-Existent Robocars (Flyer)
  • Some GOP Candidates Want to Repeal TN Transpo Funding Law (Daily News)
  • Lack of Transportation Keeps Memphis Poverty Rate High (Commercial Appeal)
  • Homestead, FL Seeks Grant for Multi-Modal Center (Miami Today)
  • North Avenue “Smart Corridor” Launches Today in Atlanta (AJC)
  • Charlotte Woos Amazon; Lack of Transit Puts Raleigh Out of Running (WSOC)
  • Remembering Asheville’s Streetcars (Mountain XPress)

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