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10:47 AM EDT on March 16, 2018

    • Cities Aren't Doing Enough to Turn the Tide on Traffic Deaths (WaPo)
    • Newly Built Miami Pedestrian Bridge Collapses (Herald)
    • Superfriends Push Trump Infrastructure Plan (NPR)
    • Atlanta Reaches Deal on Last Stretch of BeltLine Land (Atlanta Magazine)
    • Wayne County Pitches New Metro Detroit Transit Plan (Curbed); Oakland County Backs Out (MLive)
    • With Blue Line Extension Open, What's Next for Charlotte Light Rail? (Observer)
    • Public Almost Didn't See Video of Asheville Police Brutalizing Black Man for Jaywalking (News & Record)
    • SC Governor Hopes Trump Will Highway New to Myrtle Beach (The State)
    • Portland's Ride-Hailing App Surcharge Exceeds Revenue Projections (KGW)
    • Driving Is a Habit, and Often an Irrational One (Mobility Lab)

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