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    • U.S. DOT, Sidewalk Labs Team Up to Tackle Urban Congestion (NYTArs Technica)
    • Poor DC Residents Were Hardest Hit By Metro Shutdown (GGW)
    • Google Wants Feds to Clear Roadblocks for Driverless Car Tech (AP)
    • Atlanta Mayor Expands on New $2.5B Transit Plans (AJC)
    • Boston's T Explores Ways to Mitigate Late-Night Service Cancellation (Boston Globe)
    • Ride-Sharing Does Enhance Transit... For Rich People (Wired)
    • The Urban Millennial Boom Must Have an End Date, Right? (CityLab)
    • Grist's Take: When Millennials Move to Burbs, It's Not Necessarily Because They Want To
    • San Diego's Car2Go Switches From Electric to Gas (SD Union-Tribune)
    • Why American Planners Are Paying Attention to Bogota's BRT (Fronteras)

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