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8:59 AM EDT on October 11, 2017

    • Traffic Deaths Increasing Faster Than Any Time in 50 Years (The Hill)
    • Portland Traffic Fatalities So Far This Year Have Already Exceeded 2016 (KOIN)
    • Work on Boston’s South Bay Harbor Trail Will Restart This Spring (Globe)
    • Seattle Mayoral Candidates Want to Expedite Light Rail Expansion (My Ballard; Times)
    • San Antonio Mayor: Traffic Will "Strangle" the Next Generation (Express News)
    • Oklahoma City Streetcar Will Start Running Next November (News 9)
    • Instead of Making Street Safe to Cross, Colorado Springs Puts Up Fence (The Scribe)
    • Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Is No Friend to Cyclists (The Cap Times)
    • Hartford Nonprofit Looks to Set Up Space to Rehab and Maintain Bikes (Courant)
    • Yet Another Dockless Bike-Share Is Coming to D.C. (Post)

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