Today’s Headlines

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  • Neighborhood Leader Is “Ecstatic” About Bridge Through Miami’s Overtown (Florida Politics)
  • Golf Carts Are Now Allowed on Lynn Haven, FL Streets (WJHG)
  • FDOT Funds Safe Routes to School in Tallahassee (WCTV)
  • Atlanta Replaces Much-Maligned Downtown Parking Contractor (AJC)
  • Gardendale Residents in Path of Freeway Say AL DOT Is Stringing Them Along (ABC 33/40)
  • Anniston Star Tells AL Gov. Ivey to Find a Way to Pay for Infrastructure
  • Gulfport Road Project Includes Walking/Biking Path (Biloxi Sun-Herald)
  • The Times-Picayune Rounds Up Louisiana Transpo Legislation
  • I-10 Widening in Baton Rouge Moves Forward Despite Failed Gas-Tax Hike (The Advocate)

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  • Ignoring Public Opposition, Hillsborough MPO Approves Interstate Expansion (Tampa Bay Times)
  • People in Orlando Suburb of Bithlo Don’t Want New Highway (Orlando Sentinel)
  • Lawsuit Filed to Stop Downtown Miami Bridge (Herald)
  • Protected Bike Lanes Open in Miami Beach Next Month (NBC 6)
  • Drivers Have Killed 41 Pedestrians in Knoxville in 5 Years (News Sentinel)
  • Sale of Downtown Nashville Parking Lot Forces State Workers to Walk Farther or Take Transit (Fox 17)
  • Greenville Mayor Resigns to Take NC DOT Post (WITN)
  • Little Rock Announces Bike-Share Program
  • Only 27 Percent of Savannah Streets Have Sidewalks (Connect Savannah)
  • Atlanta Mayor Will Make Rainbow Crosswalks Permanent (Creative Loafing)

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  • Sandy Springs Inks Contract for Walking/Biking Trail to Buckhead (AJC)
  • Curbed Has a Photo Gallery of Atlanta’s Streets Alive Festival
  • Buckhead Group Changes Peachtree Bike Lane Plans After Businesses Gripe (Reporter)
  • Athens, GA Starts Work on Greenway Extension (Flagpole)
  • Officials Revive Talk of Toll on Highway to Florida Keys (Miami Herald)
  • Miami Road Rage Video Goes Viral (CBS Miami)
  • 600-Bike Bike Share Launches in Memphis Next Spring (Daily News)
  • Maniac Memphis Driver Shoots 2-Year-Old in the Head (Commercial Appeal)
  • Railroad Swap Will Turn New Orleans Wharves Into Public Space (The Advocate)
  • Louisville Lobbies for Cheaper Gas, More Air Pollution (Courier-Journal)

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  • A Deep Dive Into Why It’s So Dangerous to Walk in Fayetteville, NC (Observer)
  • Greenville, SC Seeks Improvements After Drivers Kill Two Men Crossing Six-Lane Road (News)
  • South Carolina Should Do More Than Pay Lip Service to Transit (SCNow)
  • Weldon, NC Residents See Amtrak’s Return as a Godsend (Daily Herald)
  • Amtrak Cuts Would Affect 1 Million Florida Riders (Sun Sentinel)
  • Valdosta, GA Looks for Funding to Restore Transit Service (Daily Times)
  • Virginia Isn’t Waiting on the Feds to Fix Transportation System (Virginian-Pilot)
  • SunRail Adds Service for Orlando Nightclub Shooting Anniversary (Fox 35)
  • State Grant Will Extend Bike Trail in Decatur (Alabama Public Radio)
  • Georgia Bikes Names New Executive Director

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  • Miami Still Building Roads, Will Abandon Neighborhoods to Survive Climate Change (Herald)
  • Burlington, NC Has Started a Bus System (Times News)
  • Charlotte Woman Charged With DUI, Hit-and-Run After Severely Injuring Cyclist (Observer)
  • Raleigh-Durham Airport Officials Say Bike Trails Are Illegal (News & Observer)
  • Should Fredericksburg Create a Regional Transpo Authority? (Free Lance Star)
  • FDOT Will Make Palmetto’s Main Street Complete (Bradenton Herald)
  • Tampa’s Downtowner Shuttle Upgrades With Four Electric Cars (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Driver Kills Pedestrian Crossing Deland Highway (Orlando Sentinel)
  • Atlanta Beer Company Founder Killed in Hit-and-Run (AJC)
  • Two Developments Proposed Near Dunwoody MARTA Station (Curbed)

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  • Keep on Building Those Roads, Miami (Curbed)
  • FL Gov. Scott Signs Law Killing Hillsborough Transpo Commission (SaintPetersBlog)
  • Tampa Area Transportation Groups Consider Merger (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Brightline CEO Quits to Start Development Firm (Miami Herald)
  • Which Miami Transit Corridor Should Be Built First? (WLRN)
  • Atlanta Puts Critical Streetcar Audit Behind It, Looks to Expand (AJC)
  • Decatur Complete Street Expected to Be Done in Three Months (AJC)
  • MS DOT’s $1.2 Billion Budget Won’t Pay to Fix Much (Mississippi News Now)
  • LDOT Won’t Build Crosswalk on Deadly New Iberia Highway (Daily Iberian)
  • Bill Gives LA Politicians More Control Over Transpo Spending (The Advocate)

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  • It Will Take Years for SC to Fix Its Roads After Gas Tax Hike (The State)
  • Clemson Mayor Is Interested in Morgantown’s Pod Transit System (Anderson Independent Mail)
  • Reconfigured Decatur, GA Railroad Crossings Will Be Safer to Cross on Foot (Curbed)
  • Here’s Where Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Stand on Transpo Funding (WTOP)
  • Amtrak Returns to Roanoke This Fall (WDBJ)
  • AL DOT Will Encourage More Sprawl on Birmingham’s South Side (Shelby County Reporter)
  • Athens, AL Wins Grant for Sidewalks Near Schools and Shopping (Decatur Daily)
  • Complete Streets Groups Host Workshop in Petersburg, VA (Progress-Index)
  • Tampa Bay Times Columnist: FDOT Still Wants to Destroy Neighborhoods to Build Roads

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