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8:57 AM EDT on June 16, 2016

    • Poor People Pay for Parking Even When They Can't Afford a Car (WaPo)
    • Law Requiring Michigan Cities to Pay for Highways Through Them May Be Overturned (Detroit News)
    • DC's Purple Line Gets $875 Million TIFIA Loan (Bethesda Magazine)
    • Transit Industry Facing a "Workforce Cliff" With Retirements Looming (RT&S)
    • NHTSA Chief: Self-Driving Cars Need to Halve the Number of People Killed in Traffic (Claims Journal)
    • Detroit Ranks Third in Pace of Increasing Walkability (Michigan Radio)
    • Miami Changing Its Parking Rules to Promote Walkability (The Real Deal)
    • Oklahoma City Using Traffic Calming to Make Streets Safer (KFOR)
    • Record Ridership on Capital Bikeshare as Metro Safety Closures Begin (NBC Washington)
    • Atlanta Launches Small Bike-Share System (NextCity)

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