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8:55 AM EDT on July 14, 2017

    • Feds Quietly End Civil Rights Inquiry Into Larry Hogan's Decision to Kill Baltimore Red Line (WaPo)
    • Reason Celebrates House Committee Vote to Kill TIGER Because It Hurts Bicycling, Walking, and Transit
    • House GOP Wants to Prevent States From Setting Their Own Rules for Autonomous Vehicles (Reuters)
    • Lyft Insists It's Supporting, Not Replacing, Transit With "Shuttle" Service (Quartz, Emily Castor)
    • Earl Blumenauer Not Upset About Oregon's New Bike Tax (BikePortland)
    • Tulsa Unveils Branding for 18-Mile BRT Route: Meet "Aero" (Public Radio TulsaKOTV, KTUL)
    • Streetcars, Buses Could Link St. Paul to Mall of America; Light Rail Out of Running (Star Tribune 1, 2)
    • Immigrant Detained During Fare Stop Released on Bail, Seeking Visa to Avoid Deportation (Star Tribune)
    • Bike Lanes and Access for the Disabled in Seattle: It's Not an Either-Or Situation, KIRO
    • Why Design Safe Crossings When You Can Install "Jaywalker-Repellent" Landscaping? (Sun Sentinel)

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