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8:55 AM EDT on August 25, 2017

    • You Can't Manage What You Don't Measure, and the Public Can't Measure DC-Area Ride-Hail (WAMU)
    • Baton Rouge Streetcar Between Downtown and LSU on Life Support, Not Officially Dead (Advocate)
    • Town Selectmen Are Why the Northeast Corridor Can't Have Faster Trains (Darien Times)
    • Under an Awful Headline, Bridge Michigan Examines Equity and Cycling in the Motor City
    • Woman Dies on the Sidewalk After Hit-and-Run Driver Rams Into Another Vehicle (Cleveland.com)
    • Suburban Seattle Park-and-Ride Garage to Cost Almost Double; Officials Still Want It (Kent Reporter)
    • Walla Walla Union-Bulletin Endorses Replacing Gas Tax With VMT Fees
    • Newport Beach City Councilman: We Refused Gas Tax Money to Oppose "Big Government" (LA Times)
    • Plunger-Protected Bike Lane Appears in Center City Philadelphia (BCGP, Philly Voice)
    • Buffalo Suburb Replaces Traffic Signal With Temporary Roundabout (Spectrum News)

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