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    • What Would Hillary or Donald Do for Transportation? (GGW)
    • New York Mag Explores the Consequences of Driverless Cars
    • Foxx Tours High-Speed Rail Construction in San Joaquin Valley (Fresno Bee)
    • Three Regional Transit Systems That Can Teach Detroit a Thing or Two (Model D)
    • Baltimore to Open 20 Bike-Share Stations Next Week (ABC)
    • The Movement to Get More Women Cycling (CityLab)
    • Albuquerque Stores Haven't Bought Into BRT Yet (ABQ Journal)
    • The Psychology of Driver/Cyclist Conflict, Explained (CS Monitor)
    • Atlanta Transit Hub to See "Curious New Addition" -- a Soccer Field (Mother Nature Network)

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