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    • Schumer Blasts "Trump Tolls" and Wall Street Infrastructure Privatization (Hill, MarketWatch, CNBC, WaPo)
    • Motor Vehicles, Always Dangerous, Now Being Used as Weapons in Terrorist Attacks (Atlantic)
    • Tysons Corner Metro Ridership Far Below Projections in Part Because It's Impossible to Walk There (WAMU)
    • DC Metro: An International Cautionary Tale About What Happens When Transit Basics Are Neglected (WaPo)
    • Expanding Park-and-Ride a Poor Way to Boost Transit, But Seattle Times Never Mentions Building Housing Instead
    • Massachusetts Adds Right-Hand "Dutch Reach" to Driver's Manual in Bid to Reduce Dooring (Boston Globe)
    • Randal O'Toole Issues Twin Cities Report Urging Wider Freeways, Less Transit (Star Tribune)
    • Oklahoma Legislature Raids Transportation Funds to Fill Budget Gap, But Transit Is Spared (Tulsa World)
    • High-Quality Bike Infrastructure Makes a Big Difference in Whether You Hop on Your Bike (Next City)
    • From the Technologist Gimmick Dept.: Toyota Working on "Flying Car" for 2020 Olympics in Tokyo (Quartz)

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