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    • US DOT Withdraws From Multi-Agency Group Overseeing NY-NJ Gateway Tunnel (Hill, AMNY)
    • Across the Country, Black People Bear the Brunt of Jaywalking "Enforcement" by Police (NYT)
    • Rahm Emanuel Is Interested in Elon Musk's Terrible Tunnel Ideas (Wired)
    • Smart Approaches to Parking Management in Honolulu (KHON) and Charlottesville (C'Ville Tomorrow)
    • Meanwhile: Knoxville (News Sentinel) and Holland, MI (Sentinel) Sink Money Into Parking Garages
    • Hit-and-Run Drivers on Sidewalks in Salt Lake City (Tribune, Deseret News) and Jonesboro, AR (KAIT, AROnline)
    • Poll: Toronto Residents Overwhelmingly Support Slower, Safer Speeds and More Bike Lanes (Star)
    • London's Sadiq Khan Has a Plan, But Former Mayor's Cycling Commissioner Wants More Action (Guardian)
    • NPR Finds Germany's "Bicycle Autobahn" Is Faster at Connecting Nearby Cities Than Driving the Highway

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