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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on June 19, 2017

    • Man Drives Motor Vehicle Onto Sidewalk, One Dead in Latest London Terrorist Attack (BBC)
    • American Drivers Killed at Least Three Pedestrians on Sidewalks Last Week (, ABC 15 1, 2)
    • Baltimore's Revamped Bus Network Launched This Weekend (Sun 1, 2)
    • Charm City Finally Seemed to Be Moving In the Right Direction Until Mayor Pugh Caved to Bikelash (Sun)
    • NACTO's Kate Fillin-Yeh: Cities Need to Think Things Through Before Embracing "Rogue" Bike-Share (CityLab)
    • Subways Across Downtown Portland? Planners Float Idea to Add Capacity to Maxed-Out Light Rail (Oregonian)
    • Seattle Suburb Wants to Make Sure Its Light Rail Station Is Surrounded by Even More Parking (Kent Reporter)
    • Planners in Lexington, KY, Argue Against Expanding Urban Growth Boundary (Herald-Leader)
    • "Free" Parking Has Hidden Costs (Austin Biz Journal); Meanwhile, in Hong Kong: The $664,000 Space (NYT)
    • Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Embraces Elon Musk's Terrible Tunnel But You Don't Have To (US News, @ElonMusk)

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