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8:59 AM EST on November 15, 2017

    • D.C. Lawmakers Consider Decriminalizing Fare Evasion (Post)
    • Mayors in Northern Atlanta Suburbs Eye Transit Along Perimeter (AJC)
    • TriMet Pushes Back Portland Light Rail Vote to 2020 (KOUW, Willamette Week)
    • Seattle Times Claims Bike Path Is a Risk for Pedestrians
    • Las Vegas Installs Sidewalk Bollards to Protect People on Foot (Review-Journal)
    • Twin Cities’ Gold Line BRT Applies for Grant, Enters Design Phase (Woodbury Bulletin)
    • Veterans Helping to Save Baltimore’s Embattled Bike-Share Program (WBAL)
    • Boston Might Join Honolulu in Punishing Pedestrians Who Use Phones (Boston Mag)
    • Cities Will Need Fewer Parking Decks If/When Autonomous Cars Hit the Road (Crain’s)
    • Lyft Moves Into Toronto, Its First Market Outside U.S. (NYT, CNBC, Reuters)

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