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8:59 AM EST on January 16, 2018

    • Traffic Deaths Are a Global Health Problem (Next City)
    • Montgomery County Will Build Bike Lanes for Cyclists Displaced by Purple Line Construction (WaPo)
    • Homeless Seattle Bike-Share Workers Say They’re Being Exploited (WIRO)
    • Portland Considers Dropping Speed Limit on Most Residential Streets (Tribune)
    • Rural Transit Struggles to Serve Sparse Population With Limited Funds (Columbus Dispatch)
    • Des Moines Businesses Back Charging for Parking to Free Up Spaces (KCCI)
    • Cincinnati Will Finally Build Sidewalks for Students Who've Had to Walk in the Road (Inquirer)
    • The Albuquerque Journal Turns Against ART
    • Guess What? Riding a Lyft Is Still Contributing to Traffic (The Verge)

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