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8:55 AM EDT on September 26, 2017

    • D Magazine on Angela Hunt, Former Dallas City Councilwoman Who Killed Toll Highway
    • Larry Hogan Rushes Into Highway Expansion Plan, Will Not Cure Congestion (WAMU)
    • Seattle Wants to Connect Two Streetcar Segments, But Does the Math Add Up? (Seattle Times)
    • Santa Monica Mayor on How His City Got Rid of Downtown Parking Minimums (LA Times)
    • Even Minneapolis (WCCO) and Cambridge, MA (Day) Are Not Immune to Bikelash
    • Durham, NC, to Use One Acre of Prime Real Estate for Seven-Story Parking Deck (WTVD)
    • Business Groups Push Back Against DC Council's Parking Cash-Out Legislation (WAMU)
    • Seattle Lowered Its Speed Limit, But Are Drivers Even Aware of the Change? (Seattle Times)
    • Philadelphia: The Latest City to Fret If Its Transit Is Good Enough for Amazon (
    • The Stranger Picks Up on Seattle Having America's Sorriest Bus Stop

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