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    • St. Louis Gets Federal Grant to Study North-South Transit Line (St. Louis Business Journal)
    • Driver Smashes Into Columbus Day Protest in Reno; Gazette-Journal: They "Didn't Have Permit"
    • Truck Driver Struck and Killed Babysitter Pushing Stroller in Cincinnati (Enquirer)
    • Seattle Times: Self-Driving Cars Aren't the Answer to Every Transportation Problem
    • Mercedes Says Its Self-Driving Cars Will Prioritize Saving Occupants in Collisions (Auto Express)
    • Pittsburgh Will Use Grim Reaper to "Scare" Pedestrians Using Cell Phones -- Yuk, Yuk (Post-Gazette)
    • Edmonton City Council Okays Network of Protected Bike Lanes (Edmonton Journal)
    • Utrecht Redesigning Its Major Corridors to Put People First (Bicycle Dutch)

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