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  • Extra proof of induced demand: Between 1993 and 2017, 100 U.S. cities expanded freeway capability by 42 p.c. But site visitors congestion nonetheless rose by 144 p.c. (Random Lengths Information)
  • The Nationwide Freeway Visitors Security Administration desires to require all new automobiles and SUVs to come back geared up with automated emergency braking that might save pedestrians’ lives. (Washington Publish) However there are some caveats. (Streetsblog USA)
  • Greater than half of freeway contractors reported {that a} crash occurred of their work zone final yr. (Development Dive)
  • In California, old-school lefties’ suspicion in direction of builders and in direction of change basically is clashing with youthful progressives’ push for bike lanes and housing. (New York Instances)
  • Minnesota Democrats say they’ve created a nationwide mannequin for transportation funding with a funds that pours a whole bunch of tens of millions into Twin Cities transit and intercity rail. (Governing)
  • California transit businesses proceed to ramp up pleas to the state authorities for assist. (Authorities Expertise)
  • Austin’s gentle rail mission can transfer ahead after Texas Republican lawmakers ran out of time to derail it. (Austin Monitor)
  • Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell is bringing again the Metropolis Heart Connector streetcar, a controversial mission even amongst transit advocates. (Seattle Instances)
  • Proving that transit is in demand, actual property costs in Florida are rising quickest close to rail stations. (Florida Realtors)
  • Denver is redoubling its Imaginative and prescient Zero efforts as site visitors deaths have continued to rise because the program started. (Denverite)
  • Portland’s Pedalpalooza bike competition kicked off on Thursday. (Mercury)
  • Given the possibility to call Charlotte’s new bike-lane sweeper, voters selected the inventive moniker of Sweepy McSweepface. (WCNC)
  • “The Dukes of Hazzard” was a documentary. (WCTV)