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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on July 5, 2016

    • How an Anti-Growth Mentality Threatens Equality (NYT)
    • Fatal Tesla Crash Highlights Lack of Federal Regs for Driverless Cars (LA Times)
    • Philly Area Pulls One-Third of Rail Cars Out of Service Due to Structural Problem (AP)
    • The First Bike-Share Fatality in America Happened in Chicago (Streetsblog Chicago)
    • Has the Silver Line Boom Been Too Much, Too Soon for Tysons? (WaPo)
    • Maryland Attorney General Warns That Delay Could Jeopardize Purple Line (Bethesda Mag)
    • Indianapolis Moves Ahead With BRT Plans While Waiting for Feds (IBJ)
    • Tennessean: Nashville's Big, Bold Transit Plans Aren't Enough
    • Boston Tries "Park and Pedals" for Last-Mile Solution (Beyond DC)
    • How the Final Funds for Hurricane Sandy Repairs Will Be Spent (AP)
    • One Woman's Cross-Country Trip Via Train, Bus, and Bike (Modesto Bee)

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