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8:55 AM EDT on August 30, 2017

    • Weeks Before Harvey, Trump Gutted Obama-Era Rule Restricting Federal Building in Floodplains (Slate)
    • Blame Sprawl, Not Lack of Zoning, for Worsening Harvey's Floods in Houston (NY Mag)
    • Why Is Bus Ridership Falling? It's About Quality, Not Just Quantity, of Service (Human Transit)
    • Atlanta Magazine Examines Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Our Driverless Future
    • What Will Happen In Long Run to VC-Backed Bike-Share Companies? (Seattle Transit Blog)
    • LaHood Proposes Shrinking WMATA Board to Five Members, Stays Silent on Funding (WAMU)
    • Feds Accept WMATA Plan to Cut Down on Train Operators Running Red Signals (WTOP)
    • ICE Set to Deport Man After Phoenix Police Arrest Him for Failing to Pay Light Rail Fare (New Times)
    • Philly's First One-Way Protected Bike Lane Opens on Chestnut Street (KYW, BCGP)
    • 220-Bike, 20-Station Bike-Share Program Launches in Richmond, Virginia (WWBT)

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