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8:58 AM EST on January 18, 2016

    • 18 Carmakers Join Pact With Government to Share Safety Data (NYT)
    • Transportation Inequality Extends to Sidewalks (WaPo)
    • Driverless Cars Remain Limited by Human Nature (NYT)
    • Is Light Rail the Future for Tourism in Vegas? (LV Review-Journal)
    • Frigid Winters Haven't Stopped Minneapolis From Becoming a Bike Mecca (Des Moines Register)
    • Study: Most Pittsburgh Commuters Travel Solo By Car (Post-Gazette)
    • Environmental Groups Sue Riverside County Over Suburban Sprawl (Deseret Sun)
    • Philly's South Street Bridge: A Case Study in Transpo Planning Mistakes (CityLab)
    • Stations Take Shape Along Charlotte's Light Rail Expansion (Charlotte Observer)
    • What GE's Move to Boston Says About Transpo and Development in Connecticut (Mobilizing the Region)

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