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    • Boston Using MIT Data to Overhaul Its Bus System (CityLab)
    • Still No Carmaggedon in Atlanta Now That Spring Break Is Over (AJC)
    • Carmakers Back to Supplying Americans With Big, Gas-Guzzling SUVs (NYT)
    • Tesla Will Pay Employees to Bike to Work After Slew of Embarrassing Parking Problems (CBS SF)
    • AT&T Insists on Road Diet to Keep Headquarters in Downtown Dallas (Dallas News)
    • Las Vegas Hotels Hiking Parking Prices (LA Times)
    • "Lost Cemeteries" Could be an Obstacle for London's $560 Million Bus Rapid Transit Plan (Global News)
    • Lawmakers in North Dakota Reject Bill Lifting State's Ban on Parking Meters (Inforum)
    • U.S. Transit Agencies Rarely Use Firms Run By Women or Minorities (WaPo)

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