Today’s Headlines

  • Florida Has Three of the Country’s 10 Deadliest Roads (Miami Herald)
  • Everything You Wanted to Know and More About Palm Beach Express Lanes (Palm Beach Post)
  • Jacksonville’s Getting a Diverging Diamond Interchange (News 4 Jax)
  • Atlantans Say Transportation Is Their Most Important Issue (Atlanta Business Chronicle)
  • Traffic Deaths in Georgia Are Up 7 Percent (WFXL)
  • The Atlanta BeltLine Is Driving Out the Poor (Creative Loafing)
  • Half a Dozen Cars Have Crashed Into One Raleigh Home (WNCN)
  • Memphis Transit Is Developing a Strategic Plan (Daily News)
  • Virginia Beach Looks to Charlotte as a Model for Light Rail (13 News Now)
  • Chincoteague, VA, Is Considering a 15 MPH Speed Limit (Delmarva Now)
  • Alabama DOT Unveils Options for Cyclists and Pedestrians to Cross the Mobile River (WKRG)

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