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8:55 AM EDT on September 7, 2017

    • House Unanimously Passes Bill to Clear Path for Self-Driving Car Companies (NYT, Verge)
    • Ignore the Hype: Our Robot Car Future Is Not Ready For Prime Time (Recode)
    • "Build It And They Will Bike" Applies Everywhere, Not Just In the Netherlands (NYT)
    • Curbed Looks at How We Could Design Better Streets in Five American Cities
    • Portland Mercury Takes Deep Dive Into the Fight Against ODOT's I-5 Widening Plan
    • As Gas Tax Revenues Level Off, Utah to Start Pay-Per-Mile Pilot (Salt Lake Tribune)
    • What About Congestion Pricing? NRDC Is All For It
    • Transit Boosts Northern Virginia Revenues (WAMU); Too Bad WMATA Ridership Is Down (WTOP)
    • Child Welfare Agency Punishes Man for Teaching His Kids to Ride Bus Alone (CTV Vancouver)
    • Atlanta Gets Ready for Park(ing) Day, Coming Next Friday (AJC)

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