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11:00 AM EDT on May 11, 2018

    • White House Finally Stops Trying to Make Infrastructure Happen (NY Mag)
    • More From Jalopnik on the Link Between SUVs and Staggering Rise in Pedestrian Deaths
    • Uber's Doing Just Fine After Killing Elaine Herzberg, Thanks (Tech Crunch)
    • Lyft Starts Wait List for Nationwide Subscription Service Expansion (The Verge)
    • After Failed Referendum, Nashville Revisits Prior Transit Plans (WPLN)
    • Atlanta Transit Plan Shortchanges BeltLine Light Rail (AJC)
    • AZ City Hopes Driverless Cars Won't Need Parking (East Valley Tribune)
    • Baltimore Considers "Light" Version of Cancelled Red Line (Sun)
    • Montgomery County, MD Will Test Pop-Up Bike Lane (Bethesda Mag)
    • Cincinnati Wants to Test Bus-Only Lane (WCPO)

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