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9:14 AM EDT on June 14, 2017

    • Study: Uber and Lyft Account for 15 Percent of Vehicle Trips in San Francisco (Examiner)
    • How Oslo Is Responding to Backlash Against Its Central City Car Ban (Guardian)
    • Subprime Auto Loans From 2015 May Be Worst Performing Ever (Bloomberg)
    • Study: Reserved Parking Triples Likelihood of Car Ownership (via Science Direct)
    • Can You Guess the City Based on a Map of Its Bike Lanes? (Guardian)
    • Providence Installs Plastic Bollards Where Citizens Had Placed Plungers (WJAR)
    • Montgomery County, Maryland, OKs $79 Million Equity-Boosting Bus Rapid Transit Plan (WTOP)
    • Facing State Hostility, Twin Cities Counties Raise Taxes to Fund Transit Projects (Star Tribune)
    • "Infrastructure Week" Hoopla Undermined by Trump's Russia Scandal Drama (Windsor Times)
    • Pittsburgh Bus Rapid Transit Plan Imperiled by Trump Budget (Mass Transit Magazine)

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