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8:55 AM EDT on August 29, 2017

    • Thanks, Millennials: Seattle's Car Ownership and Car Commuting Rates Declining (Seattle Times)
    • Not So Fast: Suburbs Are Growing Because Of -- You Guessed It -- Millennials (Bloomberg View)
    • Trump Rolls Back Obama Rule Allowing Transportation Local Hiring Preference (LA Times, Next City)
    • Uber Says It Will No Longer Track iPhone Users After Their Trip Has Ended (Reuters)
    • Audit Finds Deficiencies in Key WMATA Operations and Inspections Crews (WaPo)
    • Council Committee Votes to Route Downtown Subway and Streetcar on Commerce Street (Dallas News)
    • Venture Capital-Funded Dockless Bike-Share Gets Attention From New York Times
    • Three Dead in Heartbreaking Sidewalk Hit-and-Run in Elkhart, IN (Goshen NewsWNDU, WSBT)
    • Little Rock Preservationists Come Out Against Downtown Highway Widening (ArkansasOnline)
    • Drivers Are Parking in Protected Bike Lanes in Des Moines (KCCI) and Albuquerque (KRQE)

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