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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on August 15, 2017

    • Trump to Sign Executive Order Today for Environmental Review "Discipline and Accountability" (Reuters)
    • Jacksonville Sheriff Kills Red-Light Camera Program; Doesn't Mention Fatalities or Injuries (Times-Union)
    • Chicago Is Working to Integrate Ventra Transit Fare Card With Divvy Bike-Share (Sun-Times)
    • Light Rail Among Options Under Consideration for Las Vegas Strip (KLAS)
    • Dallas City Council Weighs Four Options for Downtown Streetcar Route (Dallas News)
    • The Default Transportation Investment in Metro Cincinnati Shouldn't Be Wider Roads (WCPO)
    • Atlanta Removes a Bike Lane Without Warning, So Columnist Bill Torpy Talks About Gentrification (AJC)
    • Biking and Walking Is Dangerous, So Vegas Parents Send Kids Unaccompanied in Ride-Hail Cars (KVVU)
    • Man in Critical Condition Slapped With Jaywalking Ticket After Driver Hits Him (DelawareOnline)
    • Electric Cars Will Not Save Us (Guardian)

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