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    • 80 Percent of Downtown Sacramento Property Owners Vote for Tax to Fund New Streetcar (Bee)
    • Dallas Morning News Wants Everyone to Calm Down Over DART's Downtown vs. Suburban Rail Debate
    • Portland Looks at Queue Jumps, Bus Lanes for Priority Bus Corridors (BikePortland)
    • Driverless Shuttle to Accept Passengers at University of Michigan This Fall (MLive)
    • Tesla's "Autopilot" Software Chief Quits After Six Months; "Just Wasn't the Right Fit" (Reuters)
    • Baton Rouge's 51-Station Bike-Share Delayed Until Next Year, Will Include E-Bikes (Business Report)
    • In First-of-Its-Kind Project, Florida's Turnpike to Add Express Toll Lanes to Tolled Highway (Palm Beach Post)
    • Army Corps Green-Lights New Interstate to Myrtle Beach (News & Record)
    • There Is No Such Thing as a "Captive" Transit Rider (GGW)
    • WSJ Special Transportation Report: Flying Cars, Driverless Cars, Florida HSR, On-Demand Transit and More

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