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    • Travis Kalanick Resigns as CEO of Uber (NYT)
    • London Mayor Weighs Per-Mile Road Pricing and Ban on New Off-Street Parking (Guardian)
    • Starting Tomorrow, Major Repairs Will Shut Down Downtown Minneapolis Light Rail for 11 Days (Star Tribune)
    • Will Divided DART Board Prioritize Downtown Subway or Suburb-to-Suburb Commuter Rail? (Dallas News)
    • Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Says MARTA Will Take Over Streetcar Line From City (11 Alive)
    • Cincinnati Transit Authority Will Put Sales Tax Levy Before Voters to Close Budget Gap, Expand Service (Fox 19, WCPO)
    • Downtown Austin Alliance Inventories Parking Supply, Says It Must Be Managed and Priced Better (Statesman-American)
    • With Vote on Development Plan, Rochester Could Build More City Where Inner Loop Freeway Once Stood (WHAM)
    • After Driver Kills Cyclist in Nearby Suburb, Baltimore Sun Pauses to Reflect on Mayor Pugh's Quest to Remove Bike Lane
    • CNET Asks "How Danes Are Coping" After Uber Pulls Out of Copenhagen (Spoiler Alert: They're Fine)
    • BikePortland Visits the Rose City's Newest Street -- And It's for Bicycles and Pedestrians Only

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