- President Biden is expected to release details of his $3 trillion infrastructure plan this week. (New York Times)
- Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was speaking our language at SXSW. (Forbes)
- Washington, D.C. employers are eyeing Labor Day to start bringing folks back into the office, and that’s likely to cause a spike in solo drivers because people aren’t going to be comfortable packing in together on trains. (Post)
- A study in Buffalo found that developers of mixed-use projects cut parking in half since the city lifted minimum parking regulations, but the change had little effect on single-use developments. (Sidewalk Talk)
- Oregon passed a groundbreaking bill 50 years ago devoting 1 percent of transportation funds to bike infrastructure, and now an effort is underway to quintuple that amount. (Oregon Public Broadcasting)
- Oregon is also at the forefront of replacing gas taxes with a mileage fee. (Government Technology)
- The News-Journal in extremely dangerous Daytona Beach calls for safer streets for pedestrians.
- A Los Angeles program is helping to educate immigrants on how to pedal the city’s auto-centric streets. (Yes Magazine)
- The Chronicle profiles a San Francisco woman who’s been fighting for safer streets ever since she broke her neck and back when a driver hit her while jogging.
- A new guide seeks to help make cities safer for young children by showing what urban life is like from three feet high. (Cities Today)
- This crazy diverging diamond interchange in Boston will kill a lot of trees and certainly won’t make people on foot feel any safer. (Public Square)
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