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8:55 AM EDT on September 8, 2017

    • Unions Kept Trucks Out of House Autonomous Vehicles Bill But May Not Be So Lucky in Senate (Eno)
    • Trump Meets NY, NJ Governors and Senators to Discuss Gateway Tunnel (NYT, Daily News)
    • Rep. Bill Shuster Continues Push to Widen I-81 in Rural Pennsylvania (Public Opinion)
    • Sacramento MPO and Transit Operator Consider Another Push for Transportation Sales Tax (Bee)
    • DC's LEED Platinum Status Ignores Region's Massive Highway Expansion Projects (City Observatory)
    • With Construction Underway, Ben Ross Reflects On Three Decades Fighting for Purple Line (GGW)
    • Philly Judge Says Neighborhood Group Can't Sue to Get City to Enforce Parking Rules (PlanPhilly)
    • Troy, Ohio, Decides to Replace Bike Lanes With Parking (Dayton Daily News)
    • Asian-American Newscaster Responds After Racist, Dangerous Driver Almost Runs Her Over (HuffPo)
    • Ford Motor Company Goes All-In With Pedestrian-Blaming "Petextrian" Video Campaign (Planetizen)

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