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  • Transit businesses throughout the nation are getting a lift from an unlikely supply: Taylor Swift. Can they flip concertgoers into common riders? (Governing)
  • Repurposing parking might assist curb the local weather disaster, in keeping with “Paved Paradise” creator Henry Grabar. (Subsequent Metropolis)
  • The electrical car business is just about completely depending on China. (New York Instances)
  • After 15 years, ride-hailing and supply corporations like Uber, Lyft and DoorDash nonetheless aren’t worthwhile. (CTech)
  • With fewer individuals commuting to the workplace, big-city transit businesses like New York’s are focusing extra on off-peak riders. (Curbed)
  • Boston’s commuter rail ridership is beginning to tick again up, because of improved on-time efficiency. (Commonwealth)
  • Miami-Dade transit carried extra individuals in March than any month since October 2019, properly earlier than the pandemic began. (Miami As we speak)
  • A South Georgia sheriff reached an settlement with the U.S. Division of Justice on a racial discrimination grievance stemming from deputies stopping a bus stuffed with Black school athletes. (USA As we speak)
  • Atlanta’s funds is greater than ever, however Mayor Andre Dickens is proposing slicing $7 million from transportation. (Civic Circle)
  • Suburban Cobb County is extending the Silver Comet bike path to connect with the Atlanta Beltline. (AJC)
  • The Oregon DOT’s contradictory claims on tolling the Rose Quarter freeway might delay or scuttle the mission. (Metropolis Observatory)
  • BikeHouston is honoring outgoing Mayor Sylvester Turner and lobbying candidates to proceed his insurance policies at a motorcycle summit subsequent week. (Houston Public Media)
  • Oklahoma cyclists can now get their kicks on Route 66, too. (Lonely Planet)
  • A Washington, D.C. resident went viral for pulling up on his bike and mocking white supremacists at a rally. (DCist)
  • Look how proud Deion Sanders is of his absurdly big child-smashing truck. (Defector)