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9:43 AM EDT on April 6, 2018

    • Columbia Journalism Review: Don't Blame the Victim When Covering Car Crashes
    • CNU Remembers the Life and Work of Hank Dittmar
    • Charlotte Officials Don’t Care About Catching Speeding Drivers (WSOC)
    • Portland Will Spend $2 Million on Bike Lanes, Crosswalk Improvements (KXL)
    • Downtown Jacksonville Getting Its First Protected Bike Lane (Metro Jacksonville)
    • Orlando Installs Pop-Up Bike Lanes on Dangerous Road (WESH)
    • Potential Kansas City Streetcar Stops Unveiled (Biz Journal)
    • Seattle Considers Raising Ride-Hailing Base Fare to Give Drivers a Raise (GeekWire)
    • Pittsburgh Airport Is Ready for Light Rail (Tribune-Review)
    • Dockless Bikes Have Nothing on Dockless Cars (Slate)

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