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    • If California Is Going to Get Serious About Climate, It Will Need to Discourage Car Use (Vox)
    • Philly's Local Politicians Should Not Get Veto Power Over Street Safety Fixes With Citywide Benefits (Metro)
    • New Orleans Mayor, RTA Defend Streetcar Extension After Advocates Question If It Helps Workers (Advocate)
    • With Trump's Signature, WMATA Safety Oversight Now Back in the Hands of Local Watchdog (WaPo, WTOP)
    • After Fire Marshal Puts Brakes on Speed Humps, Anchorage Shifts to Speed Cushions (Alaska Dispatch News)
    • Tampa-Area MPO Considers Vision Zero Policy, Including Narrower Lanes and More Enforcement (TB Times)
    • Wider Highways Coming to I-65 South of Birmingham (Biz Journal), Planned for Fairfax County, VA (WTOP)
    • Why Wait? Florida DOT Widens Road Now to Pave Way for Suburban Sprawl Traffic Later (TCPalm)
    • The Conservative Case for Raising the Gas Tax (Urban Milwaukee)
    • Underwater Parking Garages Are the Last Transportation Idea Boston Should Borrow From Amsterdam (Globe)

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