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    • Study Says Larry Hogan's Toll Lanes Won't Make Maryland Freeways Less Congested (WaPo)
    • Costs Could Rise for Minneapolis’ Southwest Light Rail Line (Star Tribune)
    • With Google’s Lyft Investment, Ride-Hailing Is a Battle of Billionaires (Economic Times)
    • Phoenix Installs Flex Posts to Keep Drivers Out of Bike Lanes (ABC 15)
    • Portland Puts an Interactive Bike Map Online (Government Technology)
    • Fort Worth Road Construction Endangers Bus Riders (Star-Telegram)
    • Should Boulder Launch a Regional Transit Authority? (Daily Camera)
    • Hartford Tries to Redevelop Parking Lots Where Demolished Buildings Once Sat (Courant)
    • Instead of Building Sidewalks, Cedar Rapids Just Stripes Wide Shoulders (Gazette)
    • Uber Gives Paris Travel Data to Help Urban Planning (ReutersFortune)

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