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    • Ohio Legislature Could Overturn Kasich Veto That Would Deal Heavy Blow to Transit Agency Budgets (Plain Dealer)
    • Feds Give Green Light for Massive Expansion, Evaluation of SF Red-Painted Bus Lanes (Examiner via Next City)
    • Parking Lot Operator Attempts to Stop LAX Transit Improvements, Using Environmental Laws (LA Times)
    • Turns Out the Problem With Parking Isn't Lack of Technology -- It's All the Cars (Boston Globe)
    • Ironically, in the Transition to Autonomous Cars, Automakers May Force Drivers to Pay Attention to Driving (Vox)
    • Want Your Speeding Ticket Dismissed? Just Tell the Judge You Are Easily Confused by Words (KIRO)
    • Jacksonville Sheriff Drops License Charge, But Stands Behind Jaywalking Ticket Issued to Black Man (Times-Union)
    • Pittsburgh Company Decamps for Suburban Location, Unaware That People Don't Have to Use Cars (Post-Gazette)
    • No Matter the Mode, People Just Want to Go When and Where They Want -- Safely, Easily, Comfortably (Frontier)
    • ...And We Suffer Harsh Consequences When We Make Cars the Only Realistic Way of Traveling (Strong Towns)

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