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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on June 27, 2017

    • Jacksonville Cop to Young Black Man: "I'll Throw You in Jail" for Jaywalking (Times-Union)
    • Why Make Our Existing Transportation System Less Deadly When Everyone Knows Robot Cars Will Save Us? (WSJ)
    • Having Drivers Pay for Each Mile Driven -- and Charging More at Busy Times and Places -- Is Effective (Seattle Times)
    • Just Like Two Years Ago, Oregon's Transportation Funding Deal on Brink of Collapse at State House (Oregonian)
    • Nashville Mayor Explores Privatizing Airport to Generate Cash for Light Rail Plan (Tennessean)
    • NC Senate Maintains Stranglehold on State Funding for Light Rail (News & Observer)
    • After Boston Globe Moves Office Downtown, Columnist Learns What It's Like to Ride Transit
    • Woman Punches Another Person Before Fleeing Scene, Because Parking (News Journal)
    • Bike-Share System Launches in York, PA, This Friday (Daily Record)
    • KUT Wants Your Nominations for Austin's Best and Worst Bus Stops

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