AASHTO Asks Congress for $50 Billion in COVID-19 Relief Aid for State DOTsAASHTO News

Coronavirus: Flagler County officials worried about $6 million dune restoration funding The News-Journal

Amid coronavirus restrictions on Dunes recreation, air quality managers monitoring changes to air qualityKSBY

Does air pollution increase risk from COVID-19? Here’s what we know – ABC News

Chicago Not Reaping As Much Air-Quality Improvement Amid Shutdown – WBBM

Air pollution down 38% in Indianapolis as Hoosiers stay home to stop spread of coronavirusIndianapolis Star

ODOT Watching for Infrastructure Spending in Next Federal Coronavirus Response Bill KWGS Radio

The Potential Role of Infrastructure In The Coronavirus Pandemic – Spectrum News

What the coronavirus pandemic means for Atlanta transportation infrastructure projects Curbed Atlanta

New Research Links Air Pollution to Higher Coronavirus Death Rates The New York Times

74 miles of Oakland streets will close to cars to give pedestrians, bicyclists exercise room during coronavirus stay-home order – San Francisco Chronicle

OU amid coronavirus: Student sustainability efforts on pause; quarantine shows positive impact to air, water quality – OU Daily

At the Curb: Coronavirus’s Impact on Trash and Recycling in Northeast Ohio – WKSU

Mass Quarantine From COVID-19 Mutes Urban Noise, but Earth Roars On Interesting Engineering

Planning and development during COVID-19 – States respond with emergency planning legislation and changes to planning controls – Lexology (Australia)

COVID-19 Reveals How Micromobility Can Build Resilient Cities – Next City

Transportation and Climate Initiative moves ahead amid pandemic uncertainty Energy New Network


Middle Grand River Water Trail Development Plan Receives Environmental Stewardship Award – WSYM

Permit Extension Bill Up for Vote in Both Houses – NJ Insider

Bay Area sea-level report explores cost of inaction – Marin Independent Journal


Resilient, Resourceful, Focused, Strong – Railway Age

Trump Touts Infrastructure Plan as Congress Eyes Expanded Aid Transport Topics

Elaine Chao Emphasizes Need for Infrastructure, Safety Funds for Rural Areas Transport Topics

What A Hotter And Drier World Means for Shared Firefighting Bloomberg Green

A Resilient Pack: 2 Stories of Ingenuity and Compassion – NC State University News


Public comment extended on Lake Erie water quality plan – The Crescent-News

Dubuque seals state’s first pact to partner with farmers on water-quality goalsDes Moines Register

Ohio EPA certifies water quality for new GM plantThe Vindicator

UNH research leads to new drinking water standard in Granite State –

How SNWA safely protects the Valley’s drinking water – Las Vegas Sun (Advertorial)

Mississippi Levee Board Takes Strong Stand In Favor Of Backwater Pumps – Vicksburg Post


Tax credits available to repair historic buildings damaged in Utah earthquake – The Salt Lake Tribune

Rising Seas Threaten Historic HousesArchitectural Record

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking comments on draft plans for managing the historic Huron Island Light Station on Huron National Wildlife Refuge – The Daily Mining Gazette


Agreement Reached to Aid Monarch Butterfly Conservation – AASHTO Journal

$24 million awarded to four local coastal restoration projects – WALA

California State Water Board approves key permits for KRRC dam removal – Herald and News

Forestry Department Seeks Public Feedback on 2021 Projects – The Corvallis Advocate

Indigenous celebrate victory against Dakota Access Pipeline, but remain wary of Judge Boasberg – Peoples World


Alleged Industry Back Channel Blasted by Environmental Groups – Bloomberg Law

TVA Seeks Public Input On Proposed Expansion Of Mining In Illinois – The Chattanoogan


Environmental Justice Immersion brings revelations from UP’s backyard The Beacon

SEParating from Tradition: Justice Department Prohibits Use of Supplemental Environmental Projects to Resolve Civil Enforcement Actions and Eyes Additional Policy Change – JD Supra


E-Bike Rule Proposed for National Parks AASHTO Journal

Program Matches Bicycles To Essential Workers Who Need Them In New York – NPR’s All Things Considered

Active Trans discusses why it’s not pushing to reopen the Lakefront Trail during pandemic – Streetsblog Chicago

Pedestrian crossings automated to reduce touch points in downtown Chattanooga – WRCB

Preventing Civilization’s Collapse With On-Demand Transit Service For Key Workers During Pandemic – Forbes

Reduced Traffic, Pollution Has Cycling Advocates Taking Notice

Reduced Traffic, Pollution Has Cycling Advocates Taking Notice

Reduced Traffic, Pollution Has Cycling Advocates Taking Notice

Reduced Traffic, Pollution Has Cycling Advocates Taking NoticeSpectrum News 1


Methane Emissions Hit a New Record and Scientists Can’t Say Why – Bloomberg Green

Airport expansion not expected to fix pollution, noise – The Aspen Times

Social cost of carbon could further sway Virginia from fossil fuel power plants – Energy News Network


Great Lakes Get Extra Funds For Cleanups, Invasive Species – CBS2 Chicago

Could climate change shift the conversation on this invasive species? – WHYY

DEC, Agriculture & Markets announce seventh annual Invasive Species Awareness Week, June 7-13Niagara Frontier Publications

Hennepin County awards thousands in aquatic invasive species prevention grants to local organizations – Southwest News Media

Win a prize with Michigan invasive species bingo: How to play Detroit Free Press

Invasive yellow weeds take over parts of Phoenix area


U.S. Slashes Carbon Emissions Forecast as People Stay Home Bloomberg Green

Governor Northam signs Virginia Clean Economy Act WWBT

How Burning Wood, Once a Viable Power Source, Fell Out of Favor in the U.S. – Yahoo Finance

The Solar Industry Was Poised for a Strong Year, But Now Demand is Plummeting Bloomberg Green

Oil Companies Are Collapsing, but Wind and Solar Energy Keep Growing Industry – The New York Times

Low-income California communities enact plan to fight disproportionate air pollution – NBC News


Redefining Noise in the Context of Hearing Health – The Hearing Journal

Residents, experts reflect on changes in noise during pandemic Cape Cod Times


TRB Webinar: Designing landscapes to enhance roadside water management – Transportation Research Board


4 Technologies Gives New Life to Archaeology – EET India

Mapzen Project Adopted by Urban Computing Foundation – Government Technology


Urban Land Institute Earns 2020 ENERGY STAR® Award for Excellence – PR Newswire (Press release)


State recommends delaying food scraps ban, changes to recycling rules – VTDigger

Reduce, reuse, recycle – Union Bulletin