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10:29 AM EDT on May 15, 2018

    • Gas Is the Most Expensive It’s Been Since 2015 (CBS News)
    • The Future of Transportation Is More Mundane Than Jet Packs (The Verge)
    • Bike-Share System Hacked for the First Time (Cycling Industry News)
    • Bus Drivers Say City Should Take Over DC Circulator (Washington Post)
    • Finishing Charleston Freeway Will Only Make Traffic Worse (Post and Courier)
    • Faster and More Frequent Service Will Boost Charlotte’s Bus Ridership (Observer)
    • Olympia, WA Plans to Expand Transit Center (Olympian)
    • Portland Transportation Director Resigns (Oregonian)
    • Minnesota Should Change How Transpo Council Members Are Picked (Star Trib)
    • The Cape Cod Times Profiles Local Bike Commuters for National Bike Month

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