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10:25 AM EDT on May 14, 2018

    • Humane Streets — Not Self-Driving Cars — Will Save Lives (Wired)
    • Lots of Obstacles Still Face Uber’s Flying Cars (Yahoo News)
    • Seattle Has America’s Most Popular Bus System (City Lab)
    • Nashville Turns to Cheap Bike and Sidewalk Fixes (WSMV)
    • Amazon Headquarters Could Bring More Gridlock to DC (WaPo)
    • Detroit’s QLINE Streetcar Celebrates First Anniversary (WXYZ, Free Press)
    • Lack of Transit and Walkability Hampers Lexington, KY,'s Distillery District (Herald-Leader)
    • Portland Considers Settling Sidewalk Lawsuit for $113 Million (Oregonian)
    • Here Are San Antonio’s Deadliest Roads for Walking (News4SA)
    • Stephen Malkmus Wrote a Song About Bike Lanes (Bicycle Times)

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