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9:35 AM EDT on April 20, 2018

    • Nashville Scene Profiles the Groups For and Against the Transit Referendum
    • The Tools Planners Use to Exclude People From Public Spaces (Urban Omnibus)
    • Everything You Need to Know About Portland’s Southwest Corridor Plan (Metro)
    • Fierce Opposition to Safer Streets Remains in Philadelphia (Plan Philly)
    • Electric Scooter Clutter Is the New Bike Clutter (WaPo)
    • E-Scooter Companies Won’t Play Nice With City Governments (Bloomberg)
    • Boston Drivers Haven't Gotten Used to New Protected Bike Lane (WBZ)
    • Cincy 'Burb Moves Forward With Next Phase of Bike/Sidewalk Plan (Enquirer)
    • Pittsburgh Applies Again for Federal Funds for BRT (WESA)
    • Tallahassee Woman Sues FDOT Over Bike Lane Pothole (WTXL)

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