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8:59 AM EDT on March 19, 2018

    • Ivanka -- Yes, Ivanka -- Will Talk Infrastructure in Visit to Iowa Today (Des Moines Register)
    • New Fort Lauderdale Commissioners Vow to Kill Wave Streetcar (Sun Sentinel)
    • More Protected Bike Lanes Coming to Philadelphia This Spring (Inquirer)
    • Durham Buys Land for Light Rail Maintenance Facility (Herald Sun)
    • Drivers Killed a Record Number of People in Richmond Last Year (Times-Dispatch)
    • Seattle Experiments With Designated Bike-Share Parking Areas (My Northwest)
    • Milwaukee’s First Streetcar Arrives Next Week (Fox 6, WDJT)
    • Lyft’s New Subscription Service Is Almost as Expensive as a Car (CNN)
    • Montreal Considers Separate Rules for Drivers and Cyclists (Treehugger)
    • Is Google’s Ambitious “Smart City” Just a Marketing Ploy? (Engadget)

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