Today’s Headlines

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  • FDOT Gets Right to Work on Reducing Traffic Deaths (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Miami-Dade Weighs How to Pay for More Commuter Rail (Herald)
  • Pinellas County, FL Expands $1 Uber/Taxi Rides To and From Bus Stops (Tampa Biz Journal)
  • Florida Lawmakers Take Aim at Brightline (Daily Business Review)
  • Georgia Officials Tout New I-75 Toll Lanes (AJC)
  • With New Gas Tax, SC DOT Says It Will Prioritize Deadliest Highways (Bluffton Today)
  • Virginia Is Squandering Money on Unwanted New Highway (Suffolk News Herald)
  • TN Lawmakers Develop Alternatives to Haslam’s Gas-Tax Hike (Tennessean)

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  • Athens, GA Is Redoing Its “Archaic” Sidewalk and Bike Plans (Flagpole)
  • Metro Atlanta Transit Agency Rehabs 30 Buses (AJC)
  • TN Gov. Haslam Proposes 7-Cent Gas Tax Hike (Tennessean)
  • Haslam Plan Is a Win for Nashville Transit (Biz Journal)
  • reCycle Bike Makes Biking Easier at FSU (Florida Flambeau)
  • Trump Team Asks VDOT for List of Virginia Toll Projects (WTOP)
  • Metro Improvements, Express Buses Top Northern VA Transpo Wish List (Inside NoVA)
  • Bump-Outs, Narrowing Lanes Among Options for Calming Tuscaloosa Traffic (News)
  • DOT Chief Foxx Ponders Life Post-Obama (Charlotte Observer)

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  • FDOT “Safety Manager” Blames Deceased Pedestrians for Unsafe Roads (CityLab)
  • Miami Will Offer Public Transit on Boats (Miami Today)
  • FSU Prof Thinks Self-Driving Cars Will Pretty Much Usher In a Utopia (Florida Politics)
  • Atlanta Leaders Look to Dallas Light Rail for Inspiration (Saporta Report)
  • Peachtree City, GA Is Getting New LED Streetlights (AJC)
  • Virginia Beach Takes Another Look at Light Rail After Failed Referendum (Southside Daily)
  • Lee County, AL Can Only Afford to Repave Roads Every 57 Years (Opelika Auburn News)
  • LA Lawmaker Proposes Tax on Refineries to Fund Transportation (The Advocate)

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  • “Striking” Pedestrian Bridge Proposed for Atlanta’s Freedom Park (Curbed)
  • Cobb Transpo Projects Include Wider Sidewalks, Pedestrian Bridge (Marietta Daily Journal)
  • Audit: GDOT Hasn’t Justified Widening I-75 (Macon Telegraph)
  • Deadly Crash Renews Calls for Safety Upgrades on GA 316 (WGAU)
  • Florida’s Brightline Is America’s First Privately Owned Passenger Train in a Century (Slate)
  • Virginia Bill Would Allow Delivery Robots on Sidewalks (Virginian-Pilot)
  • SC Officials Propose Mandatory Seat Belts on School Buses (The State)
  • SC Chamber Backs Sales Tax Hike on Gas and Cars to Pay for Roads (Greenville Online)
  • TN Transpo Chairman Wants to Charge Out-of-State Truckers to Use Highways (Knoxville News Sentinel)
  • Nashville Needs Transpo Committee’s Support on Transit Plan (Biz Journal)
  • In Starkville, MS and Elsewhere, Streets Named for MLK Often Aren’t Maintained (WCBI)

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  • Atlanta Bicycle Coalition Releases Streets Alive Schedule (Medium)
  • Cobb Commission OKs Cumberland Trail Extension (Marietta Daily Journal)
  • Electric Vehicle Sales Plummeted in Georgia After Lawmakers Canceled Tax Credit (AJC)
  • Atlanta Mayor Unveils 100 New EVC Spaces (AJC)
  • Arlington, VA Bike Use Falls After Surge During Metro Disruption (Mobility Lab)
  • Virginia DOT Won’t Widen I-95 (Potomac Local)
  • Pop-Up Park Shows Downtown Miamians What Walkable Looks Like (WLRN)
  • Effort to Make Southern Express-Lane Passes Compatible Still in Limbo (Sun-Sentinel)
  • New Orleans Residents Fight Road Project Bringing Trucks Through Ninth Ward (WDSU)

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