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    • Auto Executives Admit Driverless Cars Are Pretty Far Off (Jalopnik)
    • Virginia and Maryland Will Study Dedicated Funding for Metro (WaPo)
    • Charlotte's Blue-Line Extension Opens March 16 (WFAE, Observer)
    • What's Next for Seattle Bike-Share? (Curbed) E-Bikes, for One Thing (Also Curbed)
    • Twin Cities Suburbs Advocate for Blue Line Extension (Star Tribune)
    • HART Board Addresses Complaints About Bus Cutbacks (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Albuquerque, Grand Rapids Fret Over Late FTA Reimbursements (KOAT, Michigan Radio)
    • Study: Lack of Bike Lanes Leads to "Close Calls" in Philadelphia (Voice)
    • Trial Starts for Austin Cops Accused of Racially Profiling and Beating Pedestrians (American-Statesman)
    • Why Do Americans Get So Enraged By Parking? (The Outline)

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