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8:55 AM EDT on April 13, 2016

    • "The Absurd Primacy of the Automobile in American Life" (The Atlantic)
    • The Dull Corporate Campuses of America's Most Innovative Companies (Fast Company)
    • Experts to NHTSA: Self-Driving Cars Not Ready for Public Roads (Auto World News)
    • Report: Self-Driving Cars Might Not Be Proven Safe for Decades (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Cobb County Approves $10 Million for Bus/Ped Bridge Over Highway to Braves Stadium Site (11 Alive)
    • FTA Withholding $20 Million in "Not Safety-Critical" Renovation Funds From D.C. Metro (City Paper)
    • Petition Seeks to Kill New Jersey's "Distracted Pedestrian" Bill (Tap Into Morristown)
    • Bus Rapid Transit Would Connect Milwaukee to Long-Inaccessible Suburbs (TMJ4)
    • San Diego Tests "New Vision" for Streets With Oceanside Road Diet (Voice of San Diego)
    • Adding Bike Lane to Important Charleston Bridge Isn't Slowing Traffic Much (Charleston City Paper)

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