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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on September 19, 2016

    • Conflicting Regulations Make for Uncertain Path Forward for Self-Driving Cars (The Hill)
    • Lyft Prez: Car Ownership Will "All But End" in Major Cities By 2025 (Fortune)
    • Bicycling Mag Names Chicago the Nation's "Most Bike-Friendly City" (Chicago Trib)
    • Even Congress Seems to Have Lost Faith in DC Metro's Repair Deadline (WaPo)
    • How Light Rail Could Change the Game for Kansas City (KC Star)
    • What Fare Is Fair? One Man's Long Transit Journey Raises Questions (AP)
    • Looking at the Reach of Bay Area's Tech Shuttles (CityLab)
    • Bike Commuting on the Rise in Twin Cities (MPR News)
    • Metro Stations That Are Transforming LA (LA Mag)
    • Why Isn't Cincinnati's New Streetcar Arriving on Time? (Biz Courier)

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