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    • U.S. DOT Sets Goal of Zero Traffic Deaths in 30 Years (AP)
    • Nationwide Traffic Deaths Up 10 Percent in the First Half of 2016 (NYT)
    • Richmond Will Overhaul Bus Routes to Emphasize Frequency Rather Than Coverage (Times Dispatch)
    • Seattle Metro Exploring Program to Let People Rent Parking Spaces Out to Park-and-Riders (NextCity)
    • Train in New Jersey Crash May Have Been Traveling Two or Three Times the Speed Limit (Politico)
    • Bicycling Magazine: Charleston the Worst City for Bicyclists in 2016
    • Suburban Interests Form Opposition Group to Detroit's $4.6 Billion Regional Transit Initiative (Detroit News)
    • Google's Self-Driving Car Has Logged 2 Million Miles (Recode)
    • WaPo Reports on Unsheltered Population Living in Their Cars in Northern Virginia

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