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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on July 13, 2017

    • U.S. Car Sales Down From Post-Recession High, With Possible Long-Term Stagnation (BBC)
    • Billions Will Go Down the Drain as Self-Driving Car Bonanza Results In Handful of Winners (Bloomberg)
    • Georgia's Latest Idea to Expand Highways: Toll-Free Truck-Only Lanes Near Atlanta (WSB)
    • Could High-Speed Rail Network Revitalize Southern New England's Mid-Sized Cities? (Bloomberg)
    • Portland Businesses Cry Out for Parking Solution; Obvious First Step: Add Meters (Oregon Business)
    • Suburban Democrats Voted Against Oregon Transportation Deal Because of Highway Tolls (Willamette Week)
    • Gov. Cuomo Backs Buffalo Light Rail Expansion, But It's Far From a Sure Thing (Investigative Post)
    • Nashville Mayor Backs Off Airport Privatization as Revenue Source to Build Light Rail (Biz Journal)
    • Knives Are Out to Kill Pedestrian Safety Improvements in Honolulu's Chinatown (Civil Beat)
    • Residents Fear Traffic From Wider Sidewalks, Fewer Car Lanes on Route 1 in North Palm Beach (PB Post)

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