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    • A Look at Google's Plans to Shake Up the Ride-Hailing Industry (HuffPo)
    • DOT Unveils National Transit Map (GovTech)
    • Delaware, Other States Follow Oregon With Pay-By-the-Mile Plans (Delaware State News, KTOO)
    • How Pittsburgh Became the Testing Ground for Uber's Self-Driving Cars (WaPo)
    • Baltimore Sun Looks at the GOP/Dem Divide on Transit
    • Will Tennesseans Ride a New $6B Transit System? (Tennessean)
    • Georgia Lawmakers Grapple With Atlanta's Congestion (WABE)
    • Cycling App Becomes Valuable Tool for Urban Planners (Curbed)
    • With Rising Population, Charlotte Looks to Tolls and Transit (Charlotte Observer)
    • When Cyclists Oppose Bike Lanes: A Case From Madrid (Next City)

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