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9:00 AM EDT on September 8, 2016

    • Will Federal Safety Officials Consider Transit a Death-Reduction Strategy? (The Hill)
    • ...Yes, According to NTSB's Twitter Account
    • The Case for Moving Toward Pilot Projects and Away From Big Ideas (Commonwealth Magazine)
    • W. Virginia, D.C., Oklahoma and Louisiana Big Winners in U.S. DOT "Fastlane" Grants (The Advocate)
    • Cleveland Debuts Another Unorthodox Bike Lane Design (Scene)
    • In Australia, Drivers Will Wait Up to 7 Seconds Longer to Accommodate Elderly Pedestrians (The Age)
    • Honolulu Negotiating With Feds to Keep $3-Billion-Over-Budget Rail Project Moving (NextCity)
    • Toronto Cyclists Win Fight Over Key Missing Link in Bike Network (Now Toronto)
    • Does Job Sprawl Shorten or Lengthen Commutes? (Access Magazine)
    • Indianapolis Star: Passing Transit Levy Will Improve Quality of Life

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