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    • Seniors Should Consider Transportation Options When Planning Retirement (NYT)
    • Texas Republicans Want Welfare for Their Roads (WSJ)
    • Work Begins on Freeing Bertha, the Tunnel Borer Stuck Under Seattle (PI)
    • Citing Safety, New Jersey Cities Beg to Keep Red Light Cameras (NJ.com)
    • Portland Needs to Maintain Protected Space for Bicyclists During Road Work (Bike Portland)
    • Transit Union Rebels Against MARTA's Plans to Privatize Atlanta Paratransit (Creative Loafing)
    • These Eight Victims of New York City Traffic Violence Will Be Commemorated (NY Mag)
    • How to Build an Intersection for Pedestrians: Six Options (Next City)
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