• Another quarter of exorbitant profits from oil and gas companies renew their calls for a tax on windfall profits (Reuters). This includes President Biden, who has accused oil companies of “profiteering from war” by using Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as an excuse to raise prices (Associated Press).
  • Low-income people of color are less likely to use bike share than white and high-income people, according to a new study. (Daily Science)
  • Uber’s new safety features include ordering drivers to make fewer left turns, which accounts for 22% of all crashes. (The edge)
  • A bill sponsored by New York Senator Kirsten Gillebrand would provide funding to make transit agencies weatherproof. (transportation today)
  • Pennsylvania Republicans are hijacking Philadelphia’s bike lanes in an effort to undermine progressive DA Larry Krasner. (HuffPost)
  • Decriminalizing jaywalking in California means fewer opportunities for police to harass black and brown pedestrians. (Raison)
  • Another new law signed by California Governor Gavin Newsom could kill bike share by implementing onerous insurance requirements. (Streetsblog CAL)
  • Austin’s light rail cost estimate has nearly doubled to $10 billion since 2020, which will likely mean a curtailment of the project. (KXAN)
  • Houston is embracing multi-mobility, adding hundreds of bikeshares and hundreds of miles of bike lanes in recent years. (Greater Houston Partnership)
  • Memphis needs more protected bike lanes. (Memphis Smart City)
  • Ann Arbor residents use the new downtown bike lanes – parking their cars there (MLive). Boston drivers also appreciate bike lane parking (CBS News).
  • A 58-mile bike path between Chicago and Michigan is already almost halfway. (Block Chicago Club)
  • Kansas City has built 30 miles of bike lanes in the past two years. (Fox 4)
  • Parents in Pasco County, Florida want sidewalks so their kids can walk to school. (WFTS)
  • Milwaukee Bucks basketball player Bobby Portis is part of a campaign against reckless driving. (Diary-Sentinel)