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8:55 AM EDT on July 7, 2017

    • Blinded by Windshield Perspective, Tech's Plans to "Fix" Traffic Often Just Make It Worse (Curbed)
    • Is Now the Moment When Gwinnett County Will Finally Embrace Transit? (AJC)
    • Oregon Transportation Plan Awaits Governor's Signature; Would Create First-In-Nation Bike Tax (BikePortland)
    • Latest Federal Inspection Shows WMATA Has Lots More Room for Improvement (WTOP)
    • Free Press Reporters Staged a Commute Race Across Downtown Detroit
    • Funds Meant for Rail Tunnel Chris Christie Canceled Now Subsidizing Ferries at $94 Per Roundtrip (NYT)
    • Former Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie Comes Out Hard Against Honolulu Pedestrian Safety Fixes (KITV)
    • Nine-Year-Old Watches From Street As Driver Plows Car Into Louisville Home (WAVE)
    • Bike-Share Launches in South Bend (Tribune), Expands in Austin (Statesman) and Salem, MA (Patch)
    • What Does Good Advertising for Transit Look Like? (Mobility Lab)

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