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Today’s Headlines

10:41 AM EDT on April 11, 2018

    • Cities Ease Rules Against E-Bikes as Popularity Grows (WaPo)
    • Middle Tennessee Is Watching the Nashville Transit Referendum (Tennessean)
    • Charleston Post and Courier: Spend Freeway Money on BRT or Bike Lanes Instead
    • Atlantans Want Light Rail on the BeltLine (Curbed)
    • Massachusetts Group Hopes Smart Tolling Reduces Congestion (CBS Boston)
    • Oklahoma City Streetcar Remains on Track for December Launch (NewsOK)
    • Portland City Council Candidates Talk Transportation (Bike Portland)
    • Uber and Lyft Drivers Ignore Riders With Service Dogs (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
    • Melbourne Proposes “Superblocks” Where Pedestrians Are Prioritized (The Age)

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