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8:54 AM EDT on June 1, 2016

    • More Zany Ideas for Protecting Pedestrians from Self-Driving Cars (City Observatory)
    • The 10 Deadliest States for Pedestrians (790 KABC)
    • Slate: Uber and Lyft Could Have the Biggest Impact in the South
    • Enormous Mixed-Use Development Promises to Make Miami More Walkable (WLRN)
    • Fresno to Begin Construction on Bus Rapid Transit System This Month (Fresno Bee)
    • London City Council OKs Full Bus Rapid Transit System (880 AM)
    • The Stranger: A Bigger, Better Light Rail Plan for Seattle
    • After Years of Discussion, New Orleans Is Ready for Bike Share (NextCity)
    • Governing Takes a Look at the Performance of Streetcars in Cities Across the U.S.
    • Detroit Regional Transit Proposal Calls for Ann Arbor to Detroit Commuter Rail (MLive)
    • Documentary Explores How Transit Cuts Have Hurt Cleveland Riders (The Fixers)

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