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10:31 AM EDT on April 3, 2018

    • Emails: AZ Gov Let Uber Test Autonomous Cars Without Telling Public (AP)
    • Elaine Herzberg Won’t Be the Last Person Killed by a Self-Driving Car (Wired)
    • D.C. the Latest City to Tax Ride-Hailing to Fund Transit (WaPo)
    • Will the Atlanta BeltLine Get BRT, Light Rail, or Nothing at All? (Atlanta Mag)
    • Lyft Backs Nashville Transit Referendum (Tennessean)
    • Cost of Austin Transit Plan Depends on How Much Rail Is Built (Statesman)
    • Seattle Mayor Halts Streetcar Expansion as Costs Continue to Rise (My Northwest)
    • Orlando Officers Under Investigation After Accusing Black Teens of Jaywalking (WESH)
    • VA Beach Official Threatened to Punch Transpo Sec Over Transit Funds (Pilot)
    • Ride-Hailing Apps Specifically for Women Are on the Rise (Winnipeg Sun)

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