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    • LA Times Backs State Bill to Follow NYC's Lead and Reform Outdated Pedestrian Signal Laws
    • Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler: "Parking Adds Significantly to the Cost of Affordable Housing" (BikePortland)
    • Parking Undermines "Transit-Oriented" Development Along Light Rail Line (Charlotte Observer)
    • At-Large Atlanta City Councilman Andre Dickens Proposes Creating an Atlanta DOT (Saporta Report)
    • Boston Globe Checks In on Chris Osgood During His Second Year as Boston's First Chief of Streets
    • Traffic Deaths in Kansas City Skyrocketing, More Families Mourn (Fox 4)
    • If North Carolina Wants to Tackle Air Pollution, It Has to Stop Expanding Highways (News & Observer)
    • OC Register Can't Wrap Its Head Around Why Rail Transit Is a Good Idea
    • WMATA Isn't Losing Riders as Quickly as It Had Been, and That Counts as Good News (WaPo)
    • Las Vegas Bike-Share Celebrates 10,000 Rides (Sun)

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