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9:00 AM EST on December 1, 2016

    • Why America's Roads Are So Much More Deadly Than Europe's (Vox)
    • As Auto Lending Standards Get Looser, Delinquencies Rising (NYT)
    • Uber and Lyft Like Trump's Transportation Secretary Pick (Bloomberg)
    • EPA Trying to Fast-Track Strict Emission Standards for Vehicles Pre-Trump (LA Times)
    • Lack of Sidewalks Is a Public Health Issue in Durham County (News & Observer)
    • Data Scientists Are Trying to Use Google Street View to Pinpoint Accessibility Problems (
    • Money Flows for Sidewalks in Nashville But Construction Is Slow (Nashville Scene)
    • Chicago City Council Approves TIF Funding for Red and Purple Line Modernization (Streetsblog Chicago)
    • Boston Plans Bike-Friendly "Peanutabout" to Make a Tricky Intersection Safer (Boston Cyclists Union)
    • CityLab: For a Stronger City, Providence Should Tear Down the 6-10 Connector

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