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8:59 AM EST on January 13, 2016

    • Which NFL Proposal Would Screw Up L.A. Traffic the Least? (LA Times)
    • The Herculean Struggle for a Protected Bike Lane in Seattle (NextCity)
    • A Look at Self-Driving Cars' Crash Rates Suggests They Are Safer (Fast Company)
    • Of Course Excessive Parking Causes More Driving (CityLab)
    • Study: Bike Helmet Wearing Can Increase Risk Taking in Adults (University of Bath)
    • 2015 Was Austin's Deadliest Year for Traffic Deaths (Statesman)
    • Hoverboards in Bike Lanes? A California Law Says That's Where They Go (Bicycling)

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