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8:56 AM EDT on June 15, 2016

    • Advocates Demand 30 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes in Philadelphia (NBC Philly)
    • Council Members Want "Progressive" Changes to Austin Mayor's $720 Roads Bond Plan (Statesman)
    • The Link Between Walkability and Growth (NextCity)
    • No Driver's License, No Job (The Atlantic)
    • Mayor Says Detroit Isn't Shrinking Anymore (The Dirt)
    • Florida Cop Sued After Having Dog Attack Man for Riding Bike Without Lights (WinkNews)
    • Study: Charleston Bike Lane Isn't Slowing Traffic Much (ABCNews4)
    • Photo of Car-Filled Bike Lane Angers Richmond Bicyclists (WTVR)

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