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8:55 AM EDT on July 3, 2017

    • With Better Safety Oversight in Place, DC-Area Legislators Want Chao to Restore WMATA Funding (Post, WTOP)
    • Video: Silicon Valley Driver Hurls Racist Epithet at Woman Bicycling With 9-Year-Old Daughter (HuffPo, SF Weekly)
    • Buses That Automatically Stop for Pedestrians Will Roll Out Starting in 2018 (CNET)
    • Expanding Bike Paths Would Be a Lifeline for Low-Income Cincinnati Residents (CityBeat)
    • Seattle Takes the Lead Regulating Bike-Share Start-Ups as System Prepares Launch By End of Week (KOMO)
    • French Quarter Transportation Study Suggests Parking Tweaks, Dismisses Pedestrianization (New Orleans Advocate)
    • Service Cuts on Hold as Middletown, CT, Transit Agency Fires Leadership, Seeks State Oversight (Hartford Courant)
    • Violent Arrest Captured on Video After Police in Mesa, AZ, Stop Man for Crossing Against Light (12 News)
    • Texas Editorial Asks for Safe Crosswalks, Please, as Police Begin Anti-Pedestrian Crackdown (Victoria Advocate)
    • Welcome to the Club! Twin Cities Transit Advocacy Groups Launch Podcast (Next City)

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