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    • NHTSA Steps Up Efforts to Block Drunk Drivers from Starting Cars (Legal Examiner)
    • FTA Launches Civil Rights Probe Into Cleveland's Public Square Closure; Mayor Obstinate (Plain Dealer)
    • Curbed: By 2020, Car Ownership Could Decline in the U.S. Due to Automated Shared Fleets
    • San Diego's SANDAG Lied to Voters About How Much Money Tax Would Generate (Voice of San Diego)
    • NIMBYs in New Haven Worry Traffic Calming Project Will Bring Gentrification (Independent)
    • Bloomberg: Trump's Infrastructure Plan, Focus on Splashy Projects, Misses the Problem
    • Study: Stockholm's Congestion Pricing Has Helped Children with Asthma (Inside Science)
    • Large Cities Are Starting to Put EMTs on Bikes to Reach Victims Faster (WaPo)

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