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Today’s Headlines

9:01 AM EDT on August 18, 2016

    • A Doctor Serving Latino Communities on Why She Supports Federal Action on Transport Emissions (Hill)
    • David Bragdon: Oregon DOT Is Failing Residents (Oregonian)
    • 56-Year-Old Australian Woman's Defiant Campaign Against Bike Helmets (Daily Telegraph)
    • Report: $1 Billion a Year Needed for Transit, Walking, and Biking in Colorado (Denver Post)
    • Charleston City Council May Overturn Earlier Decision to Keep Important Bike Lane (Post & Courier)
    • Seattle Cyclists Tell "Horror Stories" of Tangling With Streetcar Tracks (Seattle Times)
    • Minneapolis' Orange Line Project Back on Track (Southwest Journal)
    • Centennial, Colorado, Experimenting With Free Lyft Rides to Transit (CBS Local Denver)
    • Nashville Okays $6 Billion Transit Plan, Calls for Light Rail (Tennessean)

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