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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on September 14, 2016

    • More Developers Are Building Without Parking (WSJ)
    • 50,000 People Ride Cincinnati Streetcar on Opening Weekend (Business Journal)
    • Edward Hume: How Transportation Overkill Is Killing Us (NYT)
    • Google's "Cozy" Relationship With Self-Driving Car Regulators (The Atlantic)
    • Federal Grant Will Bring Health Clinics to St. Louis Metro Stations (STL Today)
    • ...One of 19 Health-Transportation Projects Funded With $7 Million From Feds (MassTransitMag)
    • Washington Times Blames Better Gas Milage for Rising Traffic Deaths
    • City-Dwellers' Incomes Finally Get a Boost (NextCity)
    • Study: 40 Percent of Riders on L.A.'s New Expo Line Switched From Driving (KPCC)
    • First M-1 Streetcar Arrives in Detroit (Crain's)

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