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8:56 AM EDT on September 26, 2016

    • To Understand the Rage in Charlotte, Look to the History of Its Roads (ThinkProgress)
    • G-7 Welcomes U.S. Driverless Car Guidelines (Seattle Times)
    • Voters in NJ, Illinois Could Opt to Protect Transportation Funds (Governing)
    • BRT Posed as Answer to Miami's Traffic Congestion (Miami Herald)
    • If DC Metro Cancels Late-Night Service, Can Uber and Lyft Fill the Gap? (WaPo)
    • How Building Bigger Roads Actually Worsens Traffic (Wired)
    • Land Disputes Complicate Plans for Dallas-Houston Rail (Houston Chron)
    • Feds Sign Off on Milwaukee BRT Plans (Milwaukee Biz Journal)
    • Bike Lanes Coming to Evanston Road Where Driver Killed Student Cyclist (Streetsblog Chicago)
    • Philly Ends Status as Largest U.S. City Without Protected Bike Lanes (Philly Voice)
    • Ashland, VA: The Railroad Town That Doesn't Want Another Train (WaPo)

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