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9:18 AM EDT on May 22, 2018

    • Roads Designed for Cars Are a Public Health Crisis (Governing)
    • On Car-Centric Streets, Pedestrians Get Blamed for Their Own Deaths (Austin Monitor)
    • Maryland Dems Promise to Outdo Hogan on Transit (WaPo)
    • Here’s Where San Antonio Drivers Kill the Most Pedestrians (Rivard Report)
    • Streetcar Proposed on Abandoned Winston-Salem Rail Line (Spectrum News)
    • Bike Score Names Minneapolis America’s Most Bike-Friendly City (Next City)
    • Eugene Opens Bike Path Under New Freeway Interchange (Register Guard)
    • Connecticut Transit Tries Honor System for Collecting Fares (CT Post)
    • GOP Thinks California Gas-Tax Repeal Could Save House Majority (Fox News)
    • Arlington -- America's Fittest City -- Gets a Shoutout on SNL (Mobility Lab)

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