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8:55 AM EDT on September 1, 2017

    • House To Vote Next Week On Bipartisan Bill To Clear Way For Autonomous Vehicle Companies (Reuters)
    • This Republican Congressman Is Begging His Reluctant Mayor To Ask For Transit Funds (Miami Herald)
    • Governing Examines How Better Bus Service Became "The Hottest Trend In Transit"
    • Billionaire Illinois Gubernatorial Candidate J.B. Pritzker Loves Riding CTA Buses (Chicago Tribune)
    • Indianapolis Red Line BRT Opponents Are Just Really Concerned About Safety, Okay? (WTHR)
    • Uber Pulls Back Curtain On Tiny Part of Its Travel Time Data (City Observatory, TechCrunch, Engadget)
    • ODOT's Rose Quarter I-5 Freeway Widening Divides Active Transportation Advocates (BikePortland)
    • Volunteers Form People-Protected Bike Lane In Downtown Boise (KIVI, KTVB)
    • Missoula, Montana, Will Tear Out Bike Lane, Replace It With Parking And Sharrows (Missoulan)
    • After Refusing New Gas Tax Funds On Principle, Newport Beach City Council Reverses Course (LA Times)

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