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    • Rahm Emanuel Tells Team Trump How to Sell Its Infrastructure Plan (Chicago Tribune)
    • Trump Meets Atlanta Freeway Arson First Responders, Stumps for Road Spending (AJC)
    • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Takes Aim at the Scourge of Drunk Pedestrians (WaPo)
    • Instead of Blaming Pedestrians for Fatality Uptick, CNNMoney Examines Dangerous Road Design
    • ...But Eastern Washington Reporters and Cops Haven't Gotten the Message (KNDO)
    • NACTO: "Rogue" Bike-Share Companies Aren't Good for Cities (Next City)
    • Capital Bikeshare Will Expand to Prince George's County, MD, Next Year (WaPo)
    • Times-Picayune Talks With Cycling Advocates to Mark New Orleans Bike to Work Day
    • Tulsa Just Opened Its First Parking-Protected Bike Lanes (News on 6)
    • CityLab Spotlights New Streetfilm on Oslo's Move to a Car-Free Central City

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