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8:58 AM EDT on October 1, 2015

    • Driving in America Is Most Dangerous for People With Less Education (WaPo)
    • Gallup: People Living in Cities Most Optimistic About Economy
    • States Taking on More Debt to Build Highways (FHWA)
    • Dallas Staff Blame Peds for Skyrocketing Deaths; Council Member Blames Design (Morning News)
    • Anti-Light Rail Measure Will Stand in North Carolina Until at Least Year End (
    • CityLab: North Carolina State Lawmakers "Preempting" Local Governance
    • Las Vegas Needs Light Rail on the Same Corridor It Built a Monorail (LV Review-Journal)
    • California to Offer Poor Drivers With Unpaid Traffic Fines Amnesty (ABC News)
    • Scientists: Biking or Walking to Work Is the Best (Gizmodo)

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