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    • All Over America, Jaywalking Laws Are Disproportionately Enforced Against Black People (New Republic)
    • The Washington Post Editorial Board Backs a Gas Tax Hike
    • Atlanta Receives Federal Grant for Downtown-Summerhill BRT (Curbed)
    • Bike-Share Data Shows People Are Riding Them in Charlotte (Observer)
    • Seattle Mall Will Expand When Light Rail Arrives (KING)
    • Jacksonville Streets Are Hard to Navigate for Disabled (Times-Union)
    • Akron’s Main Street Is Getting a Protected Bike Lane (WKSU)
    • Minneapolis Tries Plastic Posts to Slow Down Drivers (Star Tribune)
    • Nonprofit Looks to Fill Void in Transit-Starved Tampa Suburb (WUSF)
    • Dockless Scooter-Shares Plan to Expand Outside California (Curbed)

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