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8:59 AM EDT on August 18, 2017

    • White House Gives Up on Infrastructure Council (Bloomberg)
    • Stamford, Connecticut, Considers Pedestrian-Shaming Measure Modeled After Honolulu (CBS New York)
    • People of Dallas Hold a Second Line Funeral Parade for Dead Highway (Brandon Formby)
    • Lack of Affordable Housing in SF Means 3-Hour Bus Commute for Some Workers (NYT)
    • Washington Post Takes on the State Lawmakers That Tried to Legalize Vehicular Homicide Against Protesters
    • Plunger Bike Lane Appears in Rochester (Spectrum News)
    • Shared Electric Cars Are Challenging the Private Ownership Model in Spain (Frontier Group)
    • Charleston Leaders Continue to Stall on Safe Bike Access to Central City (Post and Courier)

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