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8:55 AM EDT on May 15, 2017

    • Let's Speculate About What Trump Might Do With His Rumored Infrastructure Proposal (Curbed, CNBC, Hill)
    • One Month After Being Sworn in, Alabama's New Governor Widens I-65 in Suburban Birmingham (AL.com)
    • Bringing BRT to Route 29 in Montgomery County, MD: The Devil Will Be in the Details (WaPo)
    • Can the Twin Cities Business Community Turn Back GOP Legislature's Attempt to Gut Transit? (MinnPost)
    • Louisville, Reforming "Payment in Lieu of Parking" Program, Considers Nixing Parking Mandates (Daily Camera)
    • Taxpayers Will Pick Up $1 Million Tab for Cops to Direct Traffic at New Suburban Atlanta Braves Stadium (AJC)
    • KOMO Checks In on Seattle's Progress With Traffic Calming and Protected Bike Lanes
    • Charleston, SC, to Launch Bike-Share With 250 Bikes on May 30 (Live 5 News)
    • Bike-Share Start-Up Finds a Market in Fairbanks, Alaska (News-Miner)
    • California City Uses Hay Bales and Traffic Cones for Pop-Up Bike Lane (Paso Robles Daily News)

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