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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on June 16, 2017

    • NY Times Looks at Disastrous Infrastructure Privatization Schemes Around the World
    • Senators From Both Parties Are Eager to Embrace Our Driverless Car Future (Hill)
    • Meanwhile, in Helsinki: Driverless Buses Will Go Into Scheduled Service This Year (Curbed)
    • Long Live Cheap American Gasoline (WaPo)
    • Philly Council President Calls for Vision Zero Implementation Plan, Which Already Exists (PlanPhilly)
    • Baltimore Bike Lane: Advocates Make Their Case (Sun) as Pugh Mouths Climate Change Platitudes (Systemic Failure)
    • GOP Legislator Proposes Per-Mile Truck Fees to Fund Highways (Wisconsin Public Radio)
    • Dallas Mayor Promises to "Dream No Small Dreams" on Bicycling and Transportation (Dallas News)
    • Meanwhile: Private Bike-Share Seeks to Eclipse Dallas's Anemic Two-Station System (Dallas News, D Magazine)
    • Albany Unveils 38 Locations for Bike-Share Program to Launch This Summer (Times Union)

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