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8:55 AM EDT on July 31, 2017

    • LA Times: Driver Speed Is Not the Most Important Consideration When Designing Roads
    • Why Is Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Passing on Opportunities to Install Protected Bus and Bike Lanes? (Globe)
    • Colorado Legislator Who Wants Bike Tax Really Seems to Like Having Bicyclists on Roads (Daily Sentinel)
    • Drivers Blocking Trains: Detroit Issues Tickets (Free Press); Houston Considers Getting Cars Out of the Way (Chron)
    • People Dead Without Sidewalks: Baton Rouge (Biz Report), Long Island (WCBS), Tucson (Daily Star), SoCal (LAT)
    • Louisiana DAs to Drivers: Pay Us Directly and We'll Cancel Your Ticket, No Court Required (The Lens)
    • Northern Virginia's Silver Line Struggles to Attract Riders As WMATA Ridership Falls (WaPo)
    • More City, Less Parking? CBC and SF Biz Journal Look at Push for Fewer Spaces in New Development
    • If the UK Wants Clean Air, It Needs to Get People Out of Cars (Guardian)

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