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8:57 AM EST on January 21, 2016

    • More Problems for Seattle's Tunnel-Digging Bertha (Next City)
    • Major Changes Could Be in Store for Boston's Over-Budget Green Line Extension (WBUR)
    • Self-Driving Cars May Get Here Before We're Ready (NYT)
    • Mother Jones on How Self-Driving Cars Could Revolutionize Public Space
    • California Releases New Guidance on Replacing "Level of Service" With VMT (CP&DR)
    • More Evidence of Inequity in Bike-Share Systems (CityLab)
    • FRA Stepping Up Enforcement of Regulations, Fee Collections (The Hill)
    • Controversy Over Plan to Add Bike Lane in Jacksonville (Florida Times-Union)
    • Undercover Orlando Cops to Target Unsafe Drivers, Pedestrians (Central Florida Future)
    • Pedestrian Deaths Increasing in D.C. Area (WTOP)
    • Boston's MBTA Has Highest Breakdown Rate in 2014 of U.S. Transit Systems (Boston Globe)

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