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    • Toyota CEO Hopes Trump's Infrastructure Plan Will Help Him Sell More Cars (Reuters)
    • Chao Doesn't Seem to Understand That Fully Autonomous Cars Don't Exist Yet (Fox Biz via Verge, Jalopnik)
    • ITDP: A Magical Future of Electric Autonomous Vehicles Isn't Enough to Combat Climate Change (CityLab)
    • GOP Assemblyman Begins Push for Referendum to Undo California's Gas Tax Increase (Sac Bee)
    • Pittsburgh Mayoral Candidate Proud That She Honks and Yells at People Riding Bikes (KDKA)
    • Bus Commuter Uses Cell Phone Video to Bust Seattle Bus Lane Blockers (Q13 Fox)
    • Former Washington State DOT Commissioner Points Out Flaws in Seattle's Pedestrian Master Plan (Crosscut)
    • Advocates Say San Diego Moving Too Slowly on Installing Bike Lanes (KPBS)
    • Bike-Share Launches in Wichita With 100 Bikes, 19 Stations (Eagle), Expands in Cleveland (Plain Dealer)
    • Fresno Bee Columnist Makes the Case for Legalizing the Idaho Stop

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