Today’s Headlines

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  • Florida Residents Are Mad About Trump’s Proposed Amtrak Cuts (Sun Sentinel)
  • Transit Not on the List of Proposed Fixes for Downtown Tampa Traffic (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Miami Interstate Bridge Proposal Includes Ground-Level Public Space Improvements (Herald)
  • Post and Courier Pushes to Implement Charleston Bike/Ped Plan
  • Officials Content to Let Hampton Roads Bus System Starve to Death (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Shocker: Uber Tries Bullying to Get Its Way in Alabama (AL.com)
  • House Speaker Appoints Panel to Study Regional Atlanta Transit (Business Chronicle)
  • Safe Routes Funds New Sidewalks Near Schools in Crossville, TN (Chronicle)
  • Living Near a Louisville Freeway Increases Risk of Death (Courier-Journal)
  • New Orleans Business Group Backs Gas Tax Hike, Infrastructure Spending (The Advocate)

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  • Trump Budget Would Cut All Three Amtrak Lines in Florida (Click Orlando)
  • Louisiana Legislators Put Gas Tax Hike on Hold (The Advocate)
  • Nashville Mayor Fast-Tracks Sidewalks, Transit and Protected Bike Lanes (Tennessean)
  • Cyclists Rally for Safer Streets in Memphis (Flyer)
  • Asheville Greenway Boosters Look to Other Cities for Inspiration (Mountain XPress)
  • Transpo Group Works to Ensure Charlottesville Bypass Stays Dead (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • Driving in Atlanta Is Basically “Death Race 2000” (AJC)
  • Charlotte Temporarily Closes Street for Streetcar Extension Construction (Observer)
  • Tampa Residents Question What’s Next After Transpo Plan Rebranding (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Louisiana Lawmaker Tries to Kill Ride-Sharing Bill (The Hayride)

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  • Driver Sentenced to 20 Years for Killing Petersburg, VA Pedestrian (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • GOP Candidates for VA Governor Split on Transpo Funding (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Tennessee Bill Would Allow Guns on Public Transit (Local Memphis)
  • Asheville’s Urban Trail Is a Museum Without Walls (Strong Towns)
  • MARTA Ridership Drops After I-85 Reopens (WABE)
  • Free Roswell, GA Shuttle Will Connect People to Bars and Restaurants (Curbed)
  • Sandy Springs, GA Pedestrian Bridge Opens Next Month (AJC)
  • Florida Politics Columnist Slams Toll Lanes, “Tampa Bay Express” Rebranding
  • Airspace Easement Key in Bringing Passenger Rail to Downtown Miami (Today)
  • Check Out West Palm Beach’s New Brightline Station (TC Palm)

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  • Atlanta Looks to Diversity Its Transpo System (AJC)
  • Pro-Transit Developer Calls I-85 Collapse a “Pivotal Point” for Atlanta (AJC)
  • Memphis Bike Advocates Advised on Involving Disadvantaged Communities (Daily News)
  • Charlotte Is Getting Denser While Raleigh Sprawls (News & Observer)
  • Charleston Area Bike/Pedestrian Plan Unveiled (Post Courier)
  • West Palm Beach Wants to Get People Out of Their Cars Downtown (WPTV)
  • Tampa Rebrands Toll-Lane Plan; Is Still Building Lots of New Lanes (Times)
  • South Florida Transpo Official Corrects the Sun Sentinel on Tri-Rail Fares
  • Virginia Requires Safety Device on 4,000 School Buses (WWBT)

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  • Mississippi Is Last in Transit, Second in Auto-Related Deaths (Northside Sun)
  • $500 Million Tuscaloosa Transpo Plan Includes Crimson Bridge (News)
  • Charleston Post and Courier Suggests Park-and-Ride Shuttle or Water Taxi to Get People to the Beach
  • Roundabouts Spread Like Kudzu Across South Carolina (Post and Courier)
  • Peachtree City, GA, Home to 10,000 Golf Carts, Sees 33 Percent Uptick in Crashes (AJC)
  • As Brightline Opening Draws Near, Four Trains Tested in West Palm Beach (Sun Sentinel)
  • Opposition Grows to Fort Lauderdale Streetcar (The Real Deal)
  • Florida Keys Toll Booths Are About to Be Automated (Miami Herald)
  • Lafayette, LA Celebrates 2nd Annual Bike Safety Festival (KATC)
  • Southern States Want to Block Protesters From Blocking Highways (Overdrive)

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  • Brightline Wall Cuts Off Black Neighborhood From Downtown Miami (New Times)
  • Tri-Rail Contract Awarded to New Firm; 100 Laid Off (South Florida Business Journal)
  • Tampa Bay Times Columnist Profiles Pedestrian Run Over By Driver in SUV
  • Transpo Officials Detail Three South Florida Bike/Ped Safety Projects (TC Palm)
  • Crystal City Metro Station Adds to Arlington Transit Options (WTOP)
  • Virginia Beach Starts Bayfront Shuttle Service for Tourists (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Chattanooga Transit Recognized for Electric Car-Sharing and Charging Stations (Times Free Press)
  • Downtown Birmingham Freeway Ramp Shut Down for Construction (AL.com)
  • Will New Greensboro Freeway Save Time? Sure, If No One Else Is Driving On It (WFMY)
  • Free Breakfast for Savannah Cyclists on National Bike to Work Day (Morning News)

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  • Transportation Coalition of Tennessee Tours to Promote IMPROVE Act (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
  • Orlando Mayor Is Hopeful for DeLand SunRail Station (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
  • New Uber Feature Gives South Florida Users Info on Transit (Business Journal)
  • Miami Chooses Stops Along New Transit Routes (Miami Today)
  • Driver Hits Tallahassee Man During Walking Crackdown; FHP Blames Victim (Democrat)
  • Deceased Pedestrian a “Nightmare” for Motorists Stuck in Traffic, Says Charlotte Observer
  • Fairfax County, VA Officials Approve Projects Funded by Toll Lanes (WTOP)
  • DeKalb County, GA Sales Tax Would Mostly Fill Potholes (AJC)
  • Where Should Smyrna, GA Put Its New Bike Racks? (AJC)
  • Hartsville, TN Plans Improved Sidewalks and Crosswalks (Vidette)

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  • MARTA Breaks Ground on Transit-Oriented Development in Chamblee (Curbed)
  • I-85 in Atlanta Is Fixed, But Telecommuting Is Here to Stay (WABE)
  • Proposed Sandy Springs, GA Regs Require Bike Parking, Limit Gas Stations (Reporter)
  • GDOT’s Response to Pedestrian Deaths in Augusta Is … Reflective Signage? (WFXG)
  • Louisiana DOT Hires Consultants to Prepare State for Self-Driving Cars (Times-Picayune)
  • Video Shows Holiday, FL Driver Swerve Into Teenager Riding Bike (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Birmingham Co-Op Offers Free Tuneups for Bike to Work Day (AL.com)
  • Reality Show Star Sued for Hitting Charleston Cyclist With His Car (The State)
  • Bids for North Charleston Multimodal Station Come in $2M Too High (Post and Courier)

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