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8:56 AM EDT on May 4, 2016

    • Slate Wishes Jane Jacobs a Happy 100th Birthday; Google Home Page Honors Her Legacy
    • Pricetag for Heavy Rail to Atlanta's Northern Suburbs: $7 Bil; For BRT: $600 Mil (Business Chronicle)
    • Charleston Leaders Likely to Kill Bike Lane Pilot on Important Bridge (Post and Courier)
    • LA Ordered to Pay $23 Million for Dangerous Intersection that Resulted in Traffic Death (LA Times)
    • St. Paul Police Ticketing Drivers Who Fail to Yield to Pedestrians (Star Tribune)
    • Connecticut Bill Would Raise Fine for Hitting a Pedestrian to $500 If Governor Signs (CT Post)
    • Washington State Lawmakers Increase Penalty Against Duckboats for Safety Violations (Seattle Times)
    • Streetsblog Chicago: TOD Isn't to Blame for City's Affordable Housing Crunch
    • New York Suburbs Trying to Lure Young Professionals (The Journal News)

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