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    • Nashville Will Stay Stuck in Traffic: Transit Referendum Goes Down By Large Margin (Tennessean)
    • Columbus’s First Protected Bike Lane Draws More Cyclists (Dispatch)
    • Minneapolis Seeing a Boom in Walkable Urban Grocery Stores (City Pages)
    • Charlotte Faces Challenges Retrofitting Industrial Area for Pedestrians (Agenda)
    • Cambridge City Council Votes to Prioritize Bike Safety After Activists Stage Massive Rally (Day)
    • Hit-and-Run Drivers Killed 2,000 People in Texas in 2016 (WOIA)
    • Even Seattle Bike Lanes Aren't Immune From Bloated Costs (Seattle Times)
    • Richmond BRT Will Start Running June 24 (Times-Dispatch)
    • Dallas Mayor Pro Tem: Dockless Bike-Share ‘Out of Control’ (NBCDFW)
    • Next City: Dockless Bike-Share Here to Stay

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