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8:54 AM EDT on September 22, 2017

    • Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Wants to Spend $9 Billion Widening Highways (WBAL)
    • Bucking National Trends, Cycling and Transit Ridership Both Growing in Pittsburgh (BikePGH)
    • A Detroit News Station Asks: Is Ann Arbor Doing Too Much to Protect Pedestrians? (Click on Detroit)
    • U.K. Stiffens Penalties for Cyclists Who Kill Pedestrians: Will Face Up to 14 Years in Prison (Daily Mail)
    • Private Bike-Share Companies Have Brought 4,000 Bikes to Seattle in the Last Two Months (Seattle Bike Blog)
    • Toilet Plunger Bike Lane Appears in Rochester (WXXI News)
    • Dallas Leadership Divided Among Supporters of Sprawl and Urban Development (Dallas Observer)
    • Atlanta Leaders Looking to Bus Rapid Transit to Cure City's Congestion Woes (AJC)
    • Disability Activists Protest Pittsburgh's Plan for Bike Lanes and Bus Rapid Transit (WPXI)

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