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8:59 AM EDT on July 25, 2016

    • What Has VP Nominee Tim Kaine Done for Cities? (CityLab)
    • On the Hunt for a National Testing Site for Self-Driving Cars (NYT)
    • Feds Give Honolulu More Time for Rail Plan (Honolulu Civil Beat)
    • NJ Lawmakers Reach New Deal on Transportation Fund, But Christie Holds Off (WSJ)
    • What Happens to Twin Cities Burbs If Light Rail Doesn't Come? (StarTrib)
    • Sacramento Reshapes Transit for New Downtown Arena (CBS Sacramento)
    • As People Bike More in Pittsburgh, More Cyclists Are Injured (Trib-Review)
    • Another Pokemon Go Crash Highlights the Distracted Driving Menace (WaPo)
    • Even Rural Montana Relies on Transit (Montana Standard)
    • After Boston's Worst Winter, How Should MBTA Gauge Progress? (Boston Globe)
    • Chattanooga Bike-Share Turns Four (Times Free Press)

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