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8:57 AM EDT on October 3, 2017

    • New Tampa Bridge Will Include Bike Path, Space for Light Rail (Times; WFLA)
    • How Montgomery County, MD, Can Revamp Its Buses to Reduce Gridlock (Mobility Lab)
    • FTA Awards Puerto Rico $8.4 Million to Repair Hurricane-Damaged Transit (Progressive Railroading)
    • Downtown Fargo Has a New Parking Deck—and That's a Good Thing (Strong Towns)
    • Lenox, MA, Group Wants to Beef Up Rail to NYC (WAMC)
    • Massachusetts Awards Five Towns $8 Million for Complete Streets (Worcester Telegram)
    • Dearborn, MI, Law Requires Drivers to Give Cyclists Five Feet of Space (Press and Guide)
    • Criticized for Surge Pricing After Past Tragedies, Uber and Lyft Lower Prices in Las Vegas (Mashable)
    • Greece Wants to Regulate Ride-Hailing Services Like Taxis (Reuters)
    • The Spokane Spokesman-Review Reminds Everyone Pedestrians Have Right of Way

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