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Today’s Headlines

9:04 AM EDT on May 21, 2018

    • U.S. Transit Systems Have a Combined $90 Billion Repair Backlog (Curbed)
    • Non-Motorized Transportation Catches On in Motor City (Detroit Free Press)
    • Mourners Say Philadelphia’s Done Nothing to Protect Cyclists (WHYY)
    • DC Residents Create Protected Bike Lane With Their Bodies (WAMU)
    • Routing Light Rail Through Atlanta Streetcar Will Choke System (Atlanta Mag)
    • Housing Austin’s Homeless Could Reduce Pedestrian Deaths (KUT)
    • Albuquerque Activists Urge City to Adopt Vision Zero (Journal)
    • Richmond Opens Two-Way Protected Bike Lane (WWBT)
    • Cincinnati Theater Troupe Will Stage Plays on Streetcar (Enquirer)

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