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Today’s Headlines

10:30 AM EDT on April 23, 2018

    • Professional Anti-Transit Troll Randal O’Toole At It Again (USA Today)
    • New Uber CEO Tries to Repair Company’s Image (WaPo)
    • Startup Bird Wants to Make It Legal to Ride E-Scooters on the Sidewalk (Quartz)
    • Atlantans Bicker Over Ditching Suicide Lanes on DeKalb Avenue (Saporta Report)
    • Riding a Bike in Downtown St. Louis -- Fun But Dangerous (Riverfront Times)
    • New Orleans (WWL) and Boston (NBC 10) Residents Advocate for Bike Lanes
    • Charlotte’s Blue Line Results Have Been Mixed So Far (Observer)
    • Federal RRFB Ban Means Miami Can’t Fix Many Crosswalk Beacons (Local 10)
    • Portland Uses Pot Revenue to Fund Vision Zero Improvements (High Times)

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