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8:55 AM EDT on May 8, 2017

    • Gas Tax Hikes to Fund Roads: Moving Forward in South Carolina (The State), Dead in New Mexico (KRWG)
    • Reason Falls Into "Libertarian" Trap of Assuming That Funding Transit (But Not Highways?) Is Wasteful
    • Debating Which Cities Are Worthy of Transit Funds Ignores America's Auto-Dominated Reality (Frontier Group)
    • Detroit Free Press Heralds This Week's Streetcar Launch, Lays Out Vision for Transit
    • Kansas City Streetcar, Smashing Ridership Projections, Celebrates First Birthday (Star 1, 2)
    • Salon and The Verge Pick Apart the Transportation Hellscape Envisioned by Uber and Elon Musk
    • Analyst of "Disruptive Technologies" Bets That High-Tech Bicycles Will Win Out Over Cars (CNN)
    • Shoup: "Autonomous Cars Will Be Most Valuable Where Parking Is Expensive" (Market Urbanism)
    • Bozeman Daily Chronicle Wants City to Slow Down Its Move to Ditch Parking Requirements
    • Police in Ohio Town Use Facebook to Shame Drivers Behaving Badly (Dayton Daily News)

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