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8:55 AM EDT on August 28, 2017

    • Meet Uber's New CEO: Expedia Chief Dara Khosrowshahi (Recode)
    • Emails Show White House Claimed Bike-Share Station Posed "Security Concern" Before Removal (WaPo)
    • As Special Session Begins, Honolulu, Legislature Clash Over How to Fix Rail Funding Gap (Star-Advertiser)
    • Lawsuit: Smaller Property Owners Didn't Get Vote In Sacramento Streetcar Tax (Bee, CBS Sacramento)
    • County Vision Zero Action Plan: There Are a Lot of Dangerous Roads in Tampa Bay Area (TB Times)
    • Market-Rate Developer Challenges Affordable Housing Developer for Building Parking Lot (
    • Free Transit on Election Day? Not on Primary Day This Year in Tucson, Says City Manager (Daily Star)
    • Union-Tribune Looks at Car Dealerships Replaced by Housing in San Diego
    • Albany-Area Bike-Share Logs 4,200 Trips In First Month (Times Union)
    • Pop-Up Bike Lanes Appear in Buffalo (Buffalo Rising)

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