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Today’s Headlines

9:21 AM EDT on October 26, 2015

    • Livable Streets Hero Enrique Penalosa Will Be Mayor of Bogota Again (Bloomberg)
    • Heritage Foundation Calls House Transpo Bill "Another Status-Quo Bailout" (The Hill)
    • Why Self-Driving Cars Must Be Programmed to Kill (MIT Technology Review)
    • The Atlantic: Even If You Don't Drive You're Still Paying for Everyone Who Does
    • Casper, Wyoming, Is Getting Bike Lanes (Billings Gazette)
    • Bike Commuting in St. Louis Can Be Bliss (Riverfront Times)
    • Is Grand Rapid's BRT System a Success? (MiBiz)
    • GOP Presidential Hopeful John Kasich Says He'd Trade the Gas Tax for Tolls (The Hill)

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