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9:02 AM EST on December 22, 2017

    • Potential Hogan Opponent Releases Transit-Heavy Transpo Plan (Post)
    • Philly Mayor Is So Sorry But There’s No Money for More Protected Bike Lanes (WHYY)
    • How Do Cities Balance Data With Emotional Appeals for Bike Lanes? (Next City)
    • Contrary to Handwringing Over Bike Clutter, Dallas Likes Bike-Sharing (Culture Map)
    • Seattle's Almost Halfway to Funding Lynnwood Rail Extension (Seattle Times)
    • Downtown Seattle's Sidewalks Are a "Decrepit Mess" (Crosscut)
    • Baltimore Launches Nine New Bike Stations (WBAL)
    • Feds Give Boston $100M to Start Work on Green Line Extension (Globe)
    • Better Infrastructure Will Get More Women on Bikes (BikeArlington)
    • Berlin Could Transform Itself Into a Cycling Utopia (CityLab)

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