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Today’s Headlines

9:01 AM EDT on July 17, 2015

    • Top Senators Still Sound Confident About a Long-Term Transpo Bill (The Hill)
    • Uber Faces $7M Fine, Suspension in California (CNN Money)
    • Cleveland and Other Midwest Cities See Downtown Surge (Crain's)
    • A New Generation of Conservative Pundits Are Embracing Smart Urban Planning (Pacific Standard)
    • GBTA Report Looks at Business Traveler Trends, With Uber Overtaking Taxis (USA Today)
    • Across the U.S, a Wave of Walkability Efforts (HuffPo)
    • Indianapolis Pushes for Less Parking, More Transit and Car-Sharing (Indy Star)
    • Minneapolis Meetup Tackles Racial Inequity in Cycling (StarTrib)
    • Boston Looks at Transit-Oriented Development as Key to Affordable Housing (BostInno)
    • In Tampa, 100 More Meetings to Talk About Sales Tax for Transpo (Tampa Trib)
    • You Shouldn't Have to Make $100K to Use Bike-Share (Take Part)

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