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8:59 AM EST on February 23, 2017

    • This Boston Suburb Turned Street Parking Into a Pop-Up Bus Lane (CityLab)
    • Auto Loan Delinquencies Hit a New High (The Car Connection)
    • What We Can Learn About Infrastructure Spending From the Stimulus (Brookings)
    • Lawsuit Against Albuquerque Bus Rapid Transit Dropped (ABQ Journal)
    • Globe and Mail: Self-Driving Cars Will Give Power Back to Pedestrians
    • Congress Making Bipartisan Push for Urban Development Tax Credit (NextCity)
    • Red Light Camera Ban Moving Forward in Florida (CBS Local)
    • Safety Standards to Be Raised on CA Highways That Run Through Urban Areas (SF Examiner)
    • When Red States Focus on Climate Change, They Use Different Words (Scientific American)

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