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8:58 AM EDT on July 20, 2016

    • GOP Transportation Platform Recycles Old Ideas -- Like Defunding Transit (Politico)
    • Foxx Calls for Tough Safety Regulations on Driverless Cars in Light of Tesla Wreck (LA Times)
    • Transit Was Key in Bringing the RNC to Cleveland, But It's Under Threat (WaPo)
    • Political Convention Cities Highlight the Gross Inequality Within Modern Cities (NYT)
    • Massachusetts House Okays Bill to Fine Driver $100 for Parking in the Bike Lane (WWLP)
    • Victory: Charleston City Council Votes to Install Bike Lane on Key Bridge (Post & Courier)
    • Lansing, Michigan, May Throw Out Plans for Bus Rapid Transit (WILX)
    • Walkable Cities Have Higher GDP and Education Levels, Study Shows. Why? (BBC)
    • Strong Towns Introduces the "Walmart Index," Examining Tax Productivity of Big Box Stores

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