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In this week’s Talking Headways, Tanya and I discuss Uber's planned data release, wondering whether it's a boon to cities or just a clever PR move on the part of a company trying to deal with poor public perception.

Also, why do people think it's cute when a dog rides transit on its own, but when kids walk by themselves in their own neighborhood, it's labeled neglect? We discuss parenting and the growth of confidence that comes from going out on your own for the first time.

Finally, we have some news about the future of Talking Headways -- while Streetsblog can continue to distribute the podcast, the funding to produce it will have to come from other sources going forward. If you love the show and can’t wait to hear it each week AND are interested in sponsoring it, please get in touch.

You can find Jeff on twitter @theoverheadwire or you can email jswood at theoverheadwire dot com.

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