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9:00 AM EST on January 17, 2018

    • Cities Struggle to Measure Ride-Hailing’s Effect on Traffic (Atlantic)
    • Brightline Up and Running Between Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale (TC Palm)
    • San Antonio: Policy Requiring Property Owners to Pay for Sidewalks Is Unfair (Express News)
    • Denver’s New L-Line Trains Expected to Improve On-Time Service (Post)
    • Making Philadelphia Bike-Friendlier Could Help Woo Amazon (WHYY)
    • Dems Fret That Cutting Cab Fee Could Endanger Tacoma Light Rail (News Tribune)
    • Sacramento Launches On-Demand Microtransit Service (Bee)
    • Lyft CEO: Autonomous Cars Will Turn Drivers Into “Hosts” (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
    • 38 Places to Go Near Charlotte’s New Blue Line Stations (Agenda)
    • America’s Ginormous Vehicles Are Getting Too Big for Parking Spots (Detroit Free Press)

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