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Today’s Headlines

9:06 AM EDT on March 21, 2018

    • Transit Officials Don’t Understand Why Trump Favors Rural Roads (WaPo)
    • Tempe Police Chief Blames Pedestrian for Driverless Uber Killing Her (SF Chronicle)
    • Pittsburgh Wants to Upgrade Transit (Post-Gazette) But Federal BRT Funding Could Vanish (WESA)
    • Arkansas Study Will Focus on Reducing Pedestrian Deaths (Democrat-Gazette)
    • NC Triangle Will Hear Soon on Federal Funding for Light Rail (Daily Tarheel)
    • Atlanta Bike Czar Wants More Interconnected Bike Lanes (WABE)
    • Seattle Mayor Orders Review of Rising Streetcar Costs (Seattle Times)
    • New Bike Lanes in Royal Oak, MI (Daily Tribune), Richmond (WRC), and Reno (KTVN)
    • Underpaid and Driven Into Debt, Uber and Ola Drivers Strike in India (Reuters)
    • China’s New Rules for Transit Riders Are Like Something Out of ‘Black Mirror’ (Reuters)

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