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10:01 AM EDT on May 4, 2018

    • Tampa Will Remain the Largest U.S. City Without Passenger Rail (WJCT)
    • Advocacy Group Pushes for Light Rail on Atlanta Beltline (Curbed)
    • Transit Advocates Fear Austin Will Repeat Nashville’s Mistake (Biz Journal)
    • Portland Vision Zero Report Puts Safety Onus on Victims (Bike Portland)
    • Most Americans Overestimate Time It Takes to Walk or Bike to Work (NYT)
    • Reliable Bike Parking Encourages New Riders (Mobility Lab)
    • Southerners Welcome E-Scooters Shunned by Other Regions (Pew Stateline)
    • Business Owners Think Kansas City Residents Are Really Lazy (Star)
    • Here’s Another Credulous Article About Uber’s Flying Taxis (Fast Company)

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