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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on June 2, 2016

    • Sidewalk Labs and Transportation for America Team Up on "Smart Streets" (NextCity)
    • FHWA Releases New Rule Governing Metropolitan Planning Organizations (Progressive Railroading)
    • Atlanta Rolling Out Very Small Bike-Share System Next Week (Atlanta INtown)
    • Arlington Planning Temporary Bus Lanes During Metro Safety Shutdown (WaPo)
    • Columbus Wins $37 Million Federal Grant for BRT Project (Dispatch)
    • Iowa City Wants to be a Gold-Level Bike Friendly City (Press-Citizen)
    • Cyclists Press London's New Mayor to Fulfill His Safety Promises (Evening Standard)
    • Expedia to Move Headquarters From Suburb to Seattle (Wall Street Journal)
    • Guardian Looks Back at NYC's Bid for a Car-Free Zone

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