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8:58 AM EDT on October 17, 2017

    • Federal Data May Dramatically Undercount Distracted Driving as a Cause of Traffic Deaths (Bloomberg)
    • Minneapolis Tests Buses in Preparation for C-Line BRT (Star Tribune)
    • Transit Agencies Need to Do a Better Job of Promoting Themselves (Mobility Lab)
    • Study Finds Drivers Less Likely to Stop for Black Male Pedestrians at Marked Crosswalks (Next City)
    • "Smart Crosswalks" Modify Themselves to Prioritize Pedestrian Safety (Curbed)
    • Portland Officials Discuss New Light Rail Line (KPTV)
    • Spend Volkswagen Settlement Money on Indianapolis Light Rail (Herald-Bulletin)
    • Charleston Post and Courier Urges Congress Not to Cut Transit Funding
    • Grand Rapids Plans Protected Bike Lanes, Safer Intersections (MLive)

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