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    • How America's "Infrastructure" Conversation Gets It Wrong (Bloomberg)
    • The Key Question About Autonomous Cars: Will Everyone Own One, or Will We Share? (Slate)
    • Eno Transportation Releases Database of Upcoming Transit Ballot Issues
    • D.C. to Cap a Highway Trench With Five Buildings (NYT)
    • If SEPTA Workers Strike, Expect People to Turn to Bicycling (Philly Voice)
    • Pedestrian Deaths Reached Record High in Maine Last Year (Bangor Daily News)
    • Support for Transit Villain/Trump Lapdog Chris Christie Has "Imploded" in Jersey (The Atlantic)
    • Angry Driver Who Knocked CA Radio Host Off His Bike on Charity Ride Not Arrested (ABC 10)
    • Study Finds More U.S. Neighborhoods Becoming Racially Integrated (Phys.org)

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