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    • U.S. Pedestrian Deaths Rose 46 Percent From 2009-2016 (Washington Post)
    • Buses Are Still the Cheapest, Most Flexible Transit Option (City Lab)
    • Dockless E-Scooter Companies Exploit Workers (Slate)
    • Ride-Hailing Startup Plans to Enlist Texans in Self-Driving Van Experiment (Bloomberg)
    • Boston’s New Green Line Trolleys Could Drive Themselves (Mass Live)
    • Dockless Bike-Share Gears Up in ATL (Curbed), Green Bay (WFRV); Tempe Considers Regs (KTAR)
    • Boston Starts Four-Week Bike/Bus Lane Pilot (WBZ, NBC 10, WCVB)
    • Drivers Killed Three People Walking in Macon, GA in One Weekend (WMAZ)
    • Wisconsin City Mulls Fare Breaks for Low-Income Bus Riders (Leader Telegram)
    • Amtrak Adds Stop at New Station in Mississippi Delta (Memphis Daily News)

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