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    • Two Separate Transit Crashes Leave 40 Injured in San Francisco (LAT)
    • New Bill Would Hold Auto Execs Accountable for Delaying Safety Recalls (Auto News)
    • Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker Targets Trek in Contentious Race Against Mary Burke (Journal-Sentinel)
    • California High-Speed Rail Is on a Roll, Wins Another Court Victory (Signal)
    • The 6 Huge Changes That Occurred 50 Years Ago When Boston's MBTA Was Created (Globe)
    • Road Lobby Salivates Over Money Left on Table From "Paused" San Antonio Streetcar (WOAI)
    • Renewed Push for Virginia Transit to Extend to the Beach (AP)
    • Tennessee DOT Delays Road Widening Project Due to Federal Funding Uncertainty (Chattanoogan)
    • LA Mayor Wants to Improve Walkability Through "Urban Acupuncture" (LAT)
    • "Roadkill App" Sheds Light on Cars' Toll on Wildlife (Deseret News)
    • Transportation Both a Cause and a Casualty of Climate Change (Climate Central)
    • Transit Incentives Aren't Enough -- You Have to Disincentivize Driving (CityLab)

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