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8:55 AM EDT on June 12, 2017

    • During "Infrastructure Week," Trump Proposes Red Tape-Cutting Council That Already Exists (USA Today)
    • Las Vegas Transit Agency Gets Governor's Green Light to Seek Funds for Airport-Downtown Light Rail (Review-Journal)
    • Oregon Transpo Funding Deal: Advocates Push Rail, Not Highways; Bike Tax Could Be Altered (BikePortland 1, 2)
    • Boston Will Redo Car-Clogged Junction to Be More Bike-, Ped-Friendly But Will Keep Highway Underpass (Globe)
    • Joe Cortright Looks at Analysis by Frontier Group and U.S. PIRG Showing Roads Don't Pay for Themselves (Atlantic)
    • Bike Lane Advocates, Advocates for Disabled Work Together in Twin Cities (Star Tribune)
    • Bike-Share: 1,000 Bikes in Honolulu This Month (Honolulu Mag), 600 in Memphis Next Spring (Commercial Appeal)
    • Walk? Bus? Nah. Cleveland-Area Judge Orders DUI Offenders to Download Uber and Lyft (Morning Journal)
    • Hit-and-Run Drivers Killing People on Sidewalks, From Sea to Shining Sea (Stockton Record, Sun Sentinel)
    • Get Ready for More Collision Reports Describing Crashes Between Cyclists and Robot Cars (Jalopnik)

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