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11:24 AM EDT on May 16, 2018

    • Texas DOT’s Freeway Expansion Plan Would Devastate Downtown Dallas (D Mag)
    • Detroit’s Seven-Lane Jefferson Avenue Goes on Road Diet (MLive)
    • Philadelphia "Ride of Silence" Comes Days After Driver Killed a Bike Courier (Philly Mag)
    • Minneapolis Tests Bus-Only Lane on Hennepin (Southwest Journal)
    • Atlanta Transit Advocates: Light Rail Proposed for BeltLine Isn’t Enough (Curbed)
    • Rochester Asks for Ideas for Complete Street Makeovers (Rochester First)
    • Successful Bike-Share Programs Require Planning (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Do Cyclists Belong on Sidewalks? (WAMU, Everett Herald)
    • E-Scooter Pilot Program Launches in Honolulu (KHON)
    • Did You Notice That This Week Is Infrastructure Week, Again? (Bond Buyer)

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