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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on June 28, 2017

    • NHTSA Did Not Send Anyone to Testify at House Hearing on Bills to Get More Autonomous Cars on Road (Reuters)
    • Former Delta CEO Richard Anderson to Take Over at Amtrak (NYT)
    • Rep. Sam Graves (R-MO) Wants to Fix the Highway Trust Fund But Doesn't Once Mention the Gas Tax (Hill)
    • Baltimore Avoids Court, Reaches Agreement With Advocates to Modify Bike Lane Instead of Tearing It Out (Sun)
    • There Just Isn't Enough Data for Public to Verify State's Claims That Baltimore Bus Revamp Is a Success (Sun)
    • Uber Funnels NYC Drivers Into Subprime Auto Loans That Effectively Lock Them Into Working for Uber (Quartz)
    • Judge Refuses to Stay Ruling Stripping Maryland Purple Line of Federal Approval, Threatening Funds (WTOP, WaPo)
    • Downtown Grand Rapids Replaces 125-Car Parking Lot With Offices, Hotel -- And 430-Space Garage (MLive)
    • "Car Control," Like Gun Control? We Must Think More About the Inherent Dangers of Automobiles (Strong Towns)
    • Honolulu Is Showing Classic Symptoms of Having Pre-Launch Bike-Share Jitters (Hawaii News Now)

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