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8:55 AM EDT on May 24, 2017

    • Trump Budget Dramatically Cuts Transportation Spending (CityLab) While Unveiling Infrastructure Plan (Politico)
    • Did You Know? Developers Like to Build Housing and Offices Near Transit (NYT)
    • No, Boston Globe, Pedestrians Are Not the Problem
    • Meanwhile in London: Busy City Intersection Open Only to Buses, Bikes, and Pedestrians on Weekdays (Guardian)
    • Atlanta Traffic Is Terrible and Expanding MARTA Is the Only Way to Give People Another Option (AJC 1, 2)
    • Salt Lake City Mayor Promises More Bike Lanes, But Not Ones Protected From Car Traffic (Fox 13)
    • Bill Allowing 20 MPH Residential Speed Limits in Portland Awaits Final Vote in Senate (BikePortland)
    • Cincinnati Ignores Recommendations to Price Parking Appropriately (Enquirer)
    • Charleston, SC, Embarks on Parking Study That Includes Proper Pricing (City Paper)
    • Pedestrians Are Dying, So the Mesa Police Department Is Going After People for Jaywalking (AZCentral)

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