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    • Senate Might Make a Move on Infrastructure Before White House (Hill)
    • Kentucky Convinced Expanding Highway to Cincinnati Will Reduce Congestion (WCPO)
    • Florida Aggressive Driving Deaths Rise; Here's a Litany of Sociopathic Road Rage Incidents (Miami Herald)
    • Huntsville to Install First Protected Bike Lane on Three Blocks Downtown (
    • Construction Sites in Downtown Kansas City Violating Rules by Blocking Pedestrian Access (KCTV)
    • Elon University Says Town's Parking Requirements Are Too High for Its Campus (Times-News)
    • Meanwhile: Mizzou Cuts Down on Parking Permits at Center of Campus, Students Revolt (Missourian)
    • Toronto to Add 70 More Bike-Share Stations This Month, Bringing Total to 270 (Star)
    • Dockless Bike-Share Systems Compete to Flood the Market in Seattle (Q13) and Dallas (D Magazine)
    • Praise for Elon Musk's Effort to Hype the Hyperloop Into Being, Public Process Be Damned (Bloomberg)

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