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8:55 AM EDT on May 17, 2017

    • Curbed Looks at How Real Estate Is Thinking About the Prospect of Driverless Cars (It's All About Parking)
    • After Regional Transit Board Breakup, Hennepin County, MN, Considers Sales Tax for Southwest LRT (SW Journal)
    • A Tale of Two Ontario Cities: Uber Takes Over Innisfil (NYT) as London Plans Massive BRT System (CBC)
    • Charlotte Residents, Fed Up With Speeding Drivers, Install Their Own Signs and Plead for Enforcement (WSOC)
    • Construction Crew Perplexed by Northeast DC Residents Who Don't Want Sidewalks (WJLA)
    • Unlike Providence, Omaha Removes Plungers Installed to Protect Cyclists in Dangerous Bike Lane (World-Herald)
    • Pop-Up Bike Lane Installed for Students Bicycling to School in Newark, Delaware (The Review)
    • Philly's Bike-Share System Marks Second Birthday by Adding 200 Bikes and 12 Stations (PlanPhilly)
    • Phoenix Seeks Non-Profit Grant to Expand Bike-Share Into One of City's Poorest Neighborhoods (New Times)
    • Better Bike Share Partnership Highlights Positive Feedback Loop Between Bike-Share Equity and Traffic Safety

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