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8:55 AM EDT on August 3, 2017

    • Dallas Morning News Columnist Celebrates Impending Death of Trinity Toll Road
    • Birmingham Beltway Will Bring Jobs, Money, Ponies for Everyone, Say Highway Boosters (
    • Jacobs Announces Purchase of CH2M to Create Transportation Mega-Consultant (Bloomberg, Reuters)
    • FTA Approves Environmental Review to Replace NEC Portal Bridge Bottleneck; Next: Funding (
    • South Florida Opponents Say Privately-Funded Rail Needs More Environmental Study (Biz Journal)
    • Atlanta Local TV News Picks Up on City's Quiet Decision to Remove Protected Bike Lane (CBS 46)
    • Even in Burlington, VT, "Progressive" NIMBYs Put Parking Above All Else (Seven Days)
    • Subdivision Developers in Rochester, NH, Try to Wriggle Out of Requirements to Build Sidewalks (Fosters)
    • Five Years After Young Girl Was Killed on Side of Road, Springfield, OH, to Install Sidewalks (News-Sun)
    • Dan Savage: Seattle Needs to Stop Being Afraid of Being a City, Go All In on Density and Transit (Urbanist)

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