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8:59 AM EST on December 21, 2016

    • New York Times' Room for Debate Weighs in on Trump's Infrastructure Plan
    • Trump Seems to Be Backing Off Trillion-Dollar Infrastructure Initiative (AP)
    • Culture Change at Detroit's Planning Department -- Focus on "20-Minute Neighborhoods" (Planetizen)
    • After $1.6 Billion Widening, LA's 405 Is Just as Congested; NYT Asks, "Was It Worth It?"
    • SF Considers Legal Action Against Uber for Jumping the Gun With Self-Driving Cars (SF Examiner)
    • Uber Lost $800 Million in the 3rd Quarter of 2016 (Bloomberg)
    • Vox: Elon Musk's Idea to Use Tunnels to Bypass Traffic Would Never Work
    • Helsinki to Offer Multi-Modal Mobility Service That Will Be Cheaper Than Driving (Fast Company)
    • Seattle's Westlake Avenue Bike Lane Wins "Best of the Year" From People for Bikes

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