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    • If the U.S. Had Kept Up With Peer Nations on Traffic Safety, 10,000 Lives Would Be Saved Each Year (NYT)
    • Boston Transit Picks Bidder for Green Line Extension (Globe)
    • Roads or Transit? All of the Above, Say D.C.-Area Officials (Inside NoVa)
    • What Happens to Minneapolis Parking Decks When Driving Declines? (North Loop)
    • Milwaukee Hiring Company to Market Its New Streetcar (Daily Reporter)
    • Baltimore Beat Lays Out the Need for Better Bike Infrastructure
    • Sound Transit Approves Park-and-Ride Deck in Kent, WA (Reporter)
    • Cities Setting Aside Space for Uber and Lyft Pickup and Dropoff (CNN)
    • The Incline Has a Primer on How to Use Pittsburgh’s Transit System
    • Bike-Share Roundup: New Haven (Register), Tucson (KGUN), Utah (St. George News), Austin (360)

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