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Today’s Headlines

9:40 AM EDT on April 25, 2018

    • Insurance Companies Aren’t Pricing Districted Driving Into Their Rates (Bloomberg)
    • New Book Advocates for “Life-Sized Cities” With Bikes at the Center (Next City)
    • People Are Using Uber and Lyft Like Ambulances (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
    • Ethan Elkind: Gentrification Is Bad News for Transit Ridership
    • Houston Transit Officials Expect Flagging Rail Ridership to Rise (Chronicle)
    • When It Comes to Bike Lanes, Seattle Has Vancouver Envy (Seattle Times)
    • Vision Zero Advocates Rally for Safer Tampa Roads (WFTS)
    • Feds Say Honolulu Rail Budget Is $250 Million Short (Civil Beat)
    • Will Streetcar Ridership Suffer If Dallas Charges $1 to Ride? (Morning News)

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