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10:25 AM EDT on October 18, 2017

    • Seattle Mayoral Candidates Weigh In on Transit Policy (Seattle Times)
    • New Dallas Complete Streets Policy Already Having an Impact (Towers)
    • That Weird Minneapolis Bike Lane Protest Turned Out 20 People (City Pages)
    • Downtown El Paso Streetcar Construction Is Months Ahead of Schedule (El Paso Times)
    • Cincinnati Streetcar Ridership Doubles During Blink Festival (Enquirer)
    • Valley Metro Hopes New Rules Make Phoenix Light Rail Riders Feel Safe (ABC 15; KTAR; Biz Journal)
    • Uber/Lyft Drivers in Lincoln, NE, Won’t Have to Follow Rules for Cabbies (Journal Star)
    • Portland, ME, Activists’ Ideas for Safer Downtown Streets Shot Down by DOT (Strong Towns)
    • Actually, Milwaukee’s “Bike Boulevard” Will Be More Dangerous for Cyclists (Urban Milwaukee)

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