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    • Road Raging Driver Murders Teen With Baseball Bat in Northern Virginia (BuzzFeed, WaPo)
    • Lyft's Newest Service Looks a Lot Like Transit -- And That's a Problem for Transit (Salon)
    • Subprime Auto Loans Haunt Poor People Long After Their Car Has Been Repossessed (NYT)
    • Some Fingers Point to Ride-Hailing as Sacramento Transit Ridership Falls (Bee)
    • How to Fund DC Metro? Some Ideas From Maryland Legislators (WaPo) and Virginia Advisory Panel (WTOP)
    • Instead of Charging Homeowners, Des Moines Suburb Will Use Speed Cam Revenue to Build Sidewalks (Register)
    • Research Proves Common Sense: Riding Citi Bike Is Faster Than Taking a Cab in Manhattan (CityLab)
    • Why Did Amazon Buy Whole Foods? It Might Have Something To Do With Parking Lots (WSJ)
    • Neighbors in Springfield, MO, Appreciate Pop-Up Traffic Calming Demonstration (News-Leader)
    • Branden Klayko, Founder of Louisville Blog Broken Sidewalk, Has Died (Insider LouisvilleCourier-Journal)

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