Today’s Headlines

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  • Protestors Block Brentwood Blvd. on Wednesday Evening (St. Louis Public Radio)
  • KC Star and Post-Dispatch Decry St. Louis Police Action Against Protestors
  • The Most Dangerous Intersection in Missouri Is in North St. Louis (Wide Open Country)
  • Whether It’s to Work or School, Christian Relies on Metro (NextStop)
  • Strong Towns Has Suggestions on Answering MoDOT’s Long-Range Transpo Survey
  • Kirksville Urges Transpo Task Force to Raise Gas Tax (Herald-Whig)
  • Alton’s Multi-Modal Transpo Station Officially Opens (The Telegraph)
  • Keep an Eye on Seattle to See How Private, Dockless Bike-Share Works (Seattle Times)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • St. Louis Police Under Scrutiny After Claiming They “Owned the Night” (The Guardian, AP, Buzzfeed)
  • Police Searching for Motorist Who Hit, Killed Cyclist Billy WIllis Sunday Night in Vernon County (KZRG)
  • Donald Bailey Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter for 2016 Death of Cyclist Darion Sands (KY3)
  • Strong Towns: Missouri Doesn’t Really Want to Fix, Maintain Roads
  • Kirksville Wants Grant to Study Bike/Ped Infrastructure (KTVO)
  • House Cuts Vital Transpo Funding (T4America)
  • Tinted Windows Pose Great Hazard to Cyclists (LA Times)
  • Sustainable Development Sounds Great, But It Needs to Lead to Affordability (Planetizen)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Peaceful Protesters Trapped By Police Sunday Night in Downtown St. Louis (Post-Dispatch)
  • Police in St. Louis Taunting, Baiting Protesters (Above the Law)
  • High School Students Across Region Exercise Their Freedom to Protest, Assemble (Post-Dispatch)
  • In Many Instances, Police Instigate Violence in Streets (Daily KOS)
  • The Most Bike-Friendly City in Missouri Isn’t St. Louis (Reader’s Digest)
  • Find Out This Week’s Scheduled MetroLink Delays (NextStop)
  • A Main Street for People in Joplin (FourStatesHomepage)
  • Kansas City Transit to Reduce Services to Blue Springs (KSHB)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Media Largely Dismisses Hours of Peaceful Protests on St. Louis Streets (NBC News, Post-Dispatch)
  • … And Fails to Show the Unnecessary Violence by Police (RebZ.TV)
  • A Parade of Peace (WGN9)
  • Due to Injustice, Road Closed (Quartz)
  • Police Blocked Demonstrators From Occupying I-64 (The Courier)
  • Metro Halted Some Transportation Over the Weekend (Fox2Now)
  • Painting for Peace Along Delmar Street After Vandalism (Post-Dispatch)
  • MetroLink May Test Controlled Barriers at Entryways (Post-Dispatch)
  • It’s a Chicken/Egg Situation With the Loop Trolley (NextCity)

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  • Motorist Decides to Plow Through Stockley Protesters in Kirkwood Last Night (KMOV)
  • … And No, It’s Not Okay or Legal to Drive Into People, Even If They’re Blocking Roads (KMOV)
  • Police Searching for Motorist Who Struck Highway Patrol Trooper Thursday (KC Star)
  • Not Surprisingly, U.S. Receives Failing Marks When It Comes to Walkability (the Source)
  • New Wash U. Students Explore St. Louis on Bikes (the Source)
  • After a Shaming in Streetsblog’s Sorriest Bus Stop Contest, Kansas City Gives It an Upgrade
  • Centene Wants to Build Pedestrian Bridge Over Hanley Road (Post-Dispatch)
  • J Turns Coming to Polk County Intersections (Bolivar Herald-Free Press)
  • Missouri Doesn’t Make the Final Cut for Hyperloop (Columbia Missourian)

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