Today’s Headlines

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  • Missouri Transpo Task Force Recommending Gas Tax Increase (Missourinet)
  • Motorist Paige Bryan Hits, Injures Pedestrian in Mexico Monday (Mexico Ledger)
  • Man Severely Injured by Hit-And-Run Motorist Returns Home Seven Months Later (KSDK)
  • The Fight Between Taxi Commission and Uber Is Over (St. Louis Business Journal – Paywall)
  • MoDOT to Halt Construction on Roads During the Christmas Holiday (Hannibal Courier-Post)
  • Missouri Officials Drooling Over Hyperloop One (KC Star)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Police Searching for Information in Hit-And-Run Death Saturday Night in Kansas City (Fox4KC)
  • Motorist Hits, Kills Person Friday in Pemiscot County (KFVS)
  • New Tax Bill Eliminates Commuter Incentives for Parking, Transit, Bicycling (AP)
  • State Task Force Will Most Likely Recommend Gas Tax Hike (Ozarks First)
  • Clayco Steps Up to Give Loop Trolley Funds to Operate (STL Business Journal)
  • Columbia Looking at Tougher Distracted Driving Law (Columbia Tribune)
  • Road Rage Attacker Scott Heatherly Surrendered Friday (Post-Dispatch)
  • LTE: “Trump’s Infrastructure Plan is All Smoke and Mirrors, Friends” (News Tribune)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • MoDOT Needs to do More Than Creates PSAs to Reduce Deaths on Natural Bridge (Better Roads)
  • Missouri Official Thinks 1-70 Should be Highest Priority for MO Transpo Task Force (Missourinet)
  • Missouri Lawmakers Adamant About Low Taxes, But That Comes at a Cost (STL Business Journal)
  • Join MPTA, CMT at Public Transit Day in Jeff City February 15
  • Camden County’s Little Niangua Bridge Is Only One of Its Kind Still Standing in the U.S. (Lake News)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Meet the Four Finalists Chosen for Chouteau Greenway Project (KMOV)
  • Man With History of Domestic Assault Wanted in Tuesday Road Rage Incident (Post-Dispatch)
  • With New Pedestrian Plaza, It’s Time to Revisit the Gateway Arch (NYT)
  • Missouri Groups Still Discussing How to Spend VW Settlement Money (St. Louis Public Radio)
  • St. Louis County Council Budget Will Cut 10 Percent of Transpo Funds (Post-Dispatch)
  • Post-Dispatch Questions St. Louis County Police Chief’s Actions Regarding MetroLink Security
  • Springfield Makes Walking Even Harder, Will Begin Fining in January (Springfield News-Leader)

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Downtown Needs More Residential Units

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For my parent’s generation (The Silent Generation) the American dream was a good job, the same job, for life — paying off your mortgage.If you worked the same job for life moving was on;y necessary when you wanted a bigger p or smaller residence.  The days of people working for the ...
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