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    • Transit Agencies Blast "Debilitating" Trump Budget Cuts (Curbed)
    • Who’s Liable When an Autonomous Car Kills Someone? (Atlantic)
    • Lawsuit Showed Uber’s Ambivalence About Self-Driving Car Safety (The Verge)
    • Traffic Dangers Disproportionately Affect People of Color in Milwaukee (Urban Milwaukee)
    • Seattle Considers More Transit-Only Lanes to Keep Streetcars Moving (My Northwest)
    • “It’s Nothing, But We’ll Take It”: MI Gov Snyder OK’s $175M for Road Repairs (Detroit News)
    • Twin Cities Upgrade Busy Bus Routes to BRT (MinnPost)
    • Long-Awaited Sidewalk Near Downtown Franklin, Tennessee, Is Coming (Tennessean)
    • With Doubts About MARTA Expansion, Gwinnett Turns to BRT (Daily Post)
    • Dumb Houston Drivers Keep Getting Into Wrecks With Trains (Press)

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