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8:55 AM EDT on July 21, 2017

    • House Cuts to Transit Are Slightly Less Devastating Than Trump's Cuts to Transit (Next City)
    • Seattle Issuing Fewer Jaywalking Tickets, But Still Disproportionately Targeting Black People (Seattle Times)
    • It's Not Just Colorado: Now That It's Law in Oregon, Look for Bike Tax to Spread to More States (WaPo)
    • WMATA's Drastic Service Cuts, Fare Hikes for BWI Bus Take Toll on Airport Workers (Washingtonian)
    • Elon Musk's "Verbal Govt. Approval" Claim for Hyperloop Vaporware Traced Back to White House (Bloomberg)
    • Neighborhood Group Sues City for Refusing to Enforce "No Parking" Law on Median (PlanPhilly)
    • Projects to Widen Roads Celebrated in Durham (Herald-Sun), Raleigh (N&O), Hampton Roads (Virginian-Pilot)
    • Providence Residents Refuse to Get a Grip Over Park Improvements, Now Upset Over New Sidewalk (WJAR)
    • NJ Transit Operators Leave Bus Riders at Curb After Mobile Ticketing System Meltdown (NJ 101.5)
    • London Police Go Undercover to Ticket Drivers Aggressively Driving Around Cyclists (Guardian)

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