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8:55 AM EDT on May 1, 2017

    • People's Climate March Fills the Streets to Protest Trump's Assault on the Environment (NYT)
    • What Happens Once It's No Longer Cheap to Finance New Car Purchases? (Frontier Group)
    • Silicon Valley Goes Nuts Over Shiny Video from Elon Musk's Vaporware Tunnel Project (Verge)
    • Forget Driverless Cars -- CNET Looks at the Future of Driverless Buses
    • Las Vegas Sun Blasts County Proposal to Build Elevated Expressway From Airport to Strip
    • Boston-Area Foundation Offering Up to $100,000 in Grants for Cities and Agencies to Implement BRT (Globe)
    • Milwaukee Pedestrian Advocates Stage Demonstration Where Woman Was Killed Crossing Street (Urban Milwaukee)
    • Statistics Don't Bear It Out, But Arizona PBS Gives Megaphone to People Who Think Light Rail Brings Crime
    • After Pronto's Demise, Seattle Could Be Ground Zero for Bike-Share Start-Ups (Seattle Bike Blog)
    • Columbia, SC, Prepares to Launch Bike-Share System (The State)
    • Fargo-Area Homeowners Declare Victory After Killing Plan to Install Sidewalks (West Fargo Pioneer)

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