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8:59 AM EDT on August 11, 2016

    • Four-City U.S. DOT Tour Highlights Neighborhoods Where Highways Divide (NextCity)
    • New Federal Rule Could Merge Metropolitan Planning Agencies (
    • Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker Vetoes Vehicle Miles Traveled Tax (MassLive)
    • U.S. News: American Auto Industry Is in Trouble
    • Trial Underway for Driver Who Killed Complete Streets Engineer, Intern in Columbus (Dispatch)
    • Charlotte Police Cracking Down on Drivers Who Don't Yield to Pedestrians (
    • Bus Rapid Transit Helped Rio Win the Olympics, But It's Leaving the Poor Behind (Vice)
    • San Antonio City Council to Vote on Sustainable Mobility Plan Today (KSAT)
    • Twin Cities Metro Transit Named Transit Agency of the Year by APTA (Minnesota Public Radio)
    • Cost Estimate of Southwest Light Rail in Twin Cities Increases to Nearly $2 Billion (Southwest Journal)

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