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8:55 AM EDT on July 12, 2017

    • House Spending Bill Includes $900 Million for Gateway Tunnel, Cuts for Everyone Else (Hill,
    • Rural Driving Falls As Urban Driving Grows (Slate), But Data Leaves More Questions Than Answers (Frontier)
    • Urban Congestion Is Better Than a Hollow City -- and It's a Problem That Can Be Fixed (Toronto Star)
    • INRIX: Average U.S. Motorist Wastes $345 Per Year in Time and Fuel While Searching for Parking (Reuters)
    • Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Under Fire for Lackluster Vision Zero Effort After Latest Pedestrian Death (NECN)
    • More Than Just a Bike Tax: Oregon's New Funding for Transit, Walking, Bicycling -- and Highways (BikePortland)
    • Dutch Traffic Signals Sense Seniors With Smartphones, Give Them More Time to Cross (Guardian)
    • There's No Shiny New Piece of Infrastructure, So How Do You Tour a Bus Network Redesign? (Human Transit)
    • Bike-Share Launches in Utica, NY (WBIX, Observer-Dispatch) and South Lake Tahoe, CA (South Tahoe Now)

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