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    • Shreveport, Louisiana, to Bulldoze Black Neighborhood for $640 Million Interstate Highway (Shreveport Times)
    • Massive Planned Cuts Will Only Worsen Miami-Dade Transit's Death Spiral, Warn Advocates (New Times)
    • Plain Dealer Urges Ohio Senate to Override Kasich's Veto of Fix for Transit Agencies Caught in Budget Crossfire
    • To Discourage Racial Profiling, Oregon Has a New Law Tracking Traffic Stop Demographics (BikePortland)
    • Austin Faces Second Lawsuit for Violent Jaywalking Arrests (American-Statesman)
    • Seattle Police Have Dramatically Reduced the Number of Helmet Law Tickets Since 2011 (Seattle Times)
    • As Town Delays Fixes, Police on Cape Cod Want to Arrest Person Behind DIY Bike Lanes (Falmouth Enterprise)
    • Drexel Study Shows Exactly How Much Parking Adds to the Cost of Philadelphia Housing (PlanPhilly)
    • What's Next for Founder of Atlanta BeltLine? Taking on Dangerous Buford Highway (Reporter Newspapers)
    • Think Your City Is Terrible for Walking? At Least It's Not Jakarta (NYT)

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