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Today’s Headlines

10:44 AM EDT on April 9, 2018

    • Uber Acquires Bike-Share Company Jump (Wired)
    • Referendum Failure Could Stall Nashville Transit for a Decade (Tennessean)
    • Seattle Delays Bike Lane Over “Mega Gridlock” Fearmongering (KIRO)
    • Maryland Cracks Down on Distracted Drivers—and Pedestrians, Too (WTOP)
    • Atlanta Residents Say Complete Street Project Isn’t Good Enough (Curbed)
    • Phoenix Businesses Object to Car Lanes Turning Into Railways (AZ Central)
    • Philadelphia Cyclists Insist on Fully Protected Bike Lane (Philly Voice)
    • Charleston Cyclists Have Been Trying to Get This Bike Lane for 85 Years (Post and Courier)
    • Documentary Released About Ashley River Bridge Bumbling (Charleston City Paper)
    • How Pedestrian Trails Could Revive Rural Economies (Fast Company)
    • Roanoke Bike-Share Can Move Forward After Stolen Bike Racks Returned (Times)

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