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    • Is the Obama Administration Shying Away From CTA Lawsuit to Protect One of Its Own? (US News)
    • Seattle Moves to Rein In Uber and Other Ride-Share Services (Slog)
    • Austin Reimburses People Using Carpool App Just to See If People Will Use Carpool App (Gov Tech)
    • How Did Stanford Cut Car Commuting By a Third? An Interview With the Man Who Did It
    • Should Chicago Area Have One Unified Transit Agency? (Daily Herald)
    • Hemianopia: An Eye Condition that Keeps Drivers From Seeing Pedestrians (Grist)
    • Brand-New, All-Volunteer San Diego Bike Group Wins National Honor (Streetsblog LA)
    • This Incredibly Ugly Bike Elevator in Pamplona Is Probably Really Useful (Treehugger)

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