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  • Memphis Is Subsidizing a Private Developer’s Parking Garage (Daily News)
  • Osceola Won’t Ban On-Street Parking Despite Fire Risk (Orlando Sentinel)
  • The Era of Free Parking at Delray Beach Is Over (Palm Beach Post)
  • Savannah Morning News Comes Out in Favor of Delesseps Bike Lanes, Truman Trail
  • Charleston Officials Bicker Over Where Cyclists Should Cross River (Post and Courier)
  • Louisiana Will Change Concrete Highway Medians to Reduce Flooding (The Advocate)
  • Union Proposes That Miami Beach Hotels Pay for Employees’ Transportation (Herald)
  • Fit 20-Year-Olds Complain About Walking Five Minutes on Georgia Campus (DawgNation)
  • Charlotte Temporarily Closes Two Streetcar Lines for Repairs (Observer)
  • Georgia Transpo Planning Advances Despite DC Turmoil (Saporta Report)

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  • Despite I-85 Collapse, MARTA Ridership Slide Continues (AJC)
  • Nashville Chamber Backs Downtown Mobility Plan, Expanding Transit to Suburbs (Tennessean)
  • FDOT Starts Construction on St. Augustine Multi-Use Trail (News 4 Jax)
  • GDOT Plans New Road Between Cartersville and Rome (Patch)
  • Ridgeland, SC Residents Sign Petition to Make Road Safer (Jasper County Sun Times)
  • Arlington Invites Input on Renaming Jefferson Davis Highway (Inside NoVA)
  • Free Downtown Lynchburg Circulator Bus Starts Running Next Week (WSET)
  • Manatee County Transit Offers Low-Income Riders Discounted Passes (Bradenton Herald)
  • Virginia Beach Considers Bus Service Improvements to Get More People Riding (WVEC)
  • Hampton Schools Turn to Transit Agency to Transport Students (Daily Press)

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  • Development Boom Continues Near Atlanta BeltLine and MARTA (Curbed)
  • Atlantans Are Mad About Their Crumbling Sidewalks (Saporta Report)
  • Savannah Will Add Sidewalks and Bike Lanes to Two Streets (Morning News)
  • Chatham Transit’s Declining Ridership Could Lead to Service Cuts (Morning News)
  • Smart Growth America Awards Complete Streets Tutorials to TN Cities
  • Louisiana Transpo Chief Pushes Back Against “Perception of Waste” (The Advocate)
  • As Gulf Coast Fights for Passenger Rail, Pascagoula Native Named Amtrak CFO (Biloxi Sun-Herald)
  • Lack of Funds Leads Mississippi DOT to Cancel Philadelphia Bypass (WTOK)
  • Sun Trolley’s Las Olas Link Is Free Through Next Month (Sun Sentinel)

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  • Man Drives Into Civil Rights Proponents in Charlottesville, Killing 1 (NYT)
  • Mayor Carlos Gimenez Is Making a Mess of Miami-Dade Transit (Herald)
  • Florida Troopers Will Ticket Aggressive Drivers for a Few Days (Sun Sentinel)
  • Sheriff Cancels Jacksonville’s Red Light Camera Program (Florida Times-Union)
  • New Report Maps Out Plan for Nashville Light Rail (Tennessean)
  • Virginia Governor Will Release Metro Fix Proposals Soon (WTOP)
  • VDOT Will Break Ground on $750 Million Tunnel Next Month (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Charleston to Keep Endangering Lives So Motorists Can Go Faster (Post and Courier)
  • Study Lays Groundwork for Halting I-77 Toll Lanes (Mooresville Tribune)
  • State Senator Schedules Meeting to Discuss 316 Safety (Gwinnett Daily Post)
  • Birmingham Freeway Interchange Closes Permanently (AL.com)

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  • Transit-less Atlanta Stadium Is an Urban Planner’s Nightmare (Deadspin)
  • More Transit-Oriented Development Coming to Dunwoody (Curbed)
  • Atlanta BeltLine CEO Says Affordable Housing Is a Top Priority (CBS 46)
  • Atlanta Residents Confused by MARTA Bus Route Changes (WABE)
  • Feasibility Study for Tampa Transit Takes Another Step Forward (Business Journal)
  • SCDOT Makes Safety Improvements to I-95 “Coffin Corridor” (Island Packet)
  • Albemarle Planners Discuss Transpo Priorities (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • Vanpooling Grows as Nashville Traffic Gets Worse (News Channel 5)

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  • New Orleans Bike Share, Now Called Blue Bikes, Pushed to Late Fall (Curbed)
  • Complete Streets Policy Helps Hernando, MS, Earn Health Award (Memphis Commercial-Appeal)
  • Knoxville Railroad Crossing Had 53 Bike Wrecks in Two Months (News Sentinel)
  • VDOT Breaks Ground on I-395 Express Lanes (Arlington Now)
  • The Herald Runs Some Gobbledygook About “Innovation” Solving Miami’s Traffic Problem
  • Tampa’s Car-Theft Epidemic Has Killed Eight Teens (Tampa Bay Times)
  • FDOT Hosts Transpo Planning Conference (Jacksonville Business Journal)
  • Deregulation Led to Skyrocketing Car Insurance Prices in Georgia (AJC)
  • WABE Podcast Features Gwinnett Transit Study, MARTA Disability Lawsuit
  • “Driverless” Van in Arlington Was Driven by a Guy Disguised as a Car Seat (Washington Post)

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