Saturday, July 30, 2016

Transportation News Round-Up: July 30, 2016

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This week in transportation, the Obama Administration announced funds for electric vehicle infrastructure, Democrats reissued their call for a national infrastructure bank, and the National Surface Transportation Board threw approval of the Texas high-speed rail line back to the state. Here are the most important and interesting transportation stories from the past week:

NJ Spotlight: Obama Administration has $4.5B for infrastructure for electric cars

The Hill: How the Democratic and GOP platforms differ on infrastructure

Bloomberg: Democrats reissue call for infrastructure bank in Philadelphia

Vox: Shared vehicles could make our cities dramatically more livable

KHOU: High-speed rail opponents hope to block project next year

Happy reading, and happy weekend!

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