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  • A new report from the Federal Highway Administration outlines how it will implement complete streets regulations. (transportation todayStreetsblog USA)
  • Historically, the Secretary of Transportation has little authority to reject state highway projects as long as they comply with federal law. (Eno Center for Transportation)
  • Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg traveled to Wilmington to award Delaware $186 million in transit infrastructure funding (delaware online). Meanwhile, the DC Metro will receive an additional $120 million in pandemic relief (Washington Post) and Hampton Roads, Va., will receive $52 million (WTKR).
  • A draft Chicago ordinance would set a minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers. (Grandstand)
  • Colorado is working to transition to medium and heavy-duty electric trucks, which are responsible for 22% of greenhouse gas emissions. (Denver Post)
  • The city of Atlanta is stepping up its efforts for Vision Zero after six people died in two car crashes within hours of each other. (11 Alive)
  • Will South DeKalb in Metro Atlanta ever get a long-promised rail line? (Decaure)
  • Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb removes concrete barriers that prevented buses from moving through Public Square. (Flow of ideas)
  • Santa Ana, Calif., will spend $1.5 million to help downtown businesses affected by streetcar construction. (Voice of OC)
  • Florida police are looking for a man who punched a disabled veteran for parking in a handicapped space. (ABC 7)
  • After witnessing a driver kill a cyclist crossing the street, an Indianapolis bus driver spends his own money buying bike lights for passengers. (WTHR)
  • East Dallas works to save a historic streetcar stuck in an abandoned warehouse. (Dallas Morning News)
  • Seattle-based Microsoft is funding 235 affordable housing units in the transit neighborhood of Bellevue. (The town planner)

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