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    • The Woman Who Never Gave Up and Got Dallas to Kill a Massive New Toll Highway (Texas Tribune)
    • Learn About the Carbon Tax That Won't Become Law From Rep. John Larson (Construction Dive, WSHU)
    • Streetcar Boosters Press on After KC Voters Require Citywide Vote for City Involvement (Star, Biz Journal)
    • Washington Post Looks at the Transit Renaissance in Los Angeles
    • Milwaukee City Legislators Put Brakes on BRT Project's Dedicated Bus Lanes (Wauwatosa Now)
    • Dockless Bike-Share Is Flooded With Venture Capital Money Because of the Data Mining Possibilities (BikeBiz)
    • Oregon DOT Pays Lip Service to Safety But Isn't Putting Its Money Where the Danger Is (City Observatory)
    • Cambridge Delays Harvard Square Protected Bike Lane Installation After Businesses Complain (Wicked Local)
    • Alexandria, VA, Advocates Want Affordable Housing Built on WMATA Property Near Stations (WAMU)
    • Nobody Wants to Take Responsibility for This Terrible Anti-Pedestrian PSA (BikePortland)

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