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8:53 AM EDT on April 7, 2016

    • Planners in Maine Say They Were Forced to Approve Highway Project (Bangor Daily News)
    • Inspectors: 10 "Segments of Concern" on Metro's Six Rail Lines (WaPo)
    • New Map Shows the Most Stressful Places for Cyclists in D.C. (WaPo)
    • Salt Lake City Fire Department Assures Residents Street With Bike Lanes Is Safe (Salt Lake Trib)
    • Caltrans Launches Employee Bike-Share Program (Mass Transit Magazine)
    • Tucson Looks to Build on Success of Intown Growth, Streetcar (Arizona Public Media)
    • World Health Organization: Build Bike Infrastructure to Control Diabetes (Bike Biz)
    • Wired: Cities Not Ready for Self-Driving Cars
    • Torontoist Improves on City's "Tone Deaf" Pedestrian Safety Posters

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