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    • Congress Not Excited About White House Idea to Toll Existing Interstates (Hill)
    • Trump's Plan to Privatize Infrastructure Has Wall Street Eyeing Highways and Airports (Bloomberg)
    • European Firms Race to Develop Self-Driving Transit Vehicles (NYT)
    • Philly Has a Vision Zero Goal -- Now What Will It Take to Eliminate Traffic Deaths? (
    • Georgia House Commission Could Look at Integrating Atlanta's Fragmented Transit System (AJC)
    • Minnesota's Transportation Deal Kicks Twin Cities Transit Funding Shortfall Down the Road (MPR)
    • New Orleans-Area Business Group Backs Gas Tax Hike, Focuses on Highway Expansion (Advocate)
    • Virginian-Pilot Asks Whether Norfolk's New Bike Lanes Will Have Staying Power
    • Increasingly, Downtown Akron Residents Are Going Car-Free (WKSU)
    • How Good Public Spaces Are Bringing Street Life Back to Downtown Detroit (Free Press)

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