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    • Austin Mayor Tests Whether Staggered Work Times Can Remedy Congestion (Building ATX)
    • Ford Wants to Remake Its Dearborn Headquarters to be Walkable and Bikeable (Detroit News)
    • One in Four U.S. Cars Had Bad Airbags; Largest Recall in U.S. History (Detroit News)
    • Highrises on the Rise in Nashville (Tennessean)
    • Ohio Supreme Court Snub Means Cincinnati Is on the Hook for Streetcar Utility Relocation (WVXU)
    • Despite Complaints From Drivers, Cincinnati Sticking With Protected Bike Lane (WCPO)
    • Boulder's B-Cycle Doubles Year-Over-Year Ridership (Daily Camera)
    • Uber Says It's Doing Away With Surge Pricing (MPR)
    • Wired: Raising Speed Limits Is Irresponsible, But States Keep Doing it Anyway
    • Kansas City Star: Will the New Streetcar Line Flop?

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