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11:29 AM EDT on May 23, 2018

    • Seattle Could Add More Bike Lanes If It Didn't Rebuild Whole Streets for Each Project (Seattle Times)
    • Detroit Isn’t Maintaining Its 260 Miles of New Bike Lanes (Project D)
    • Construction Starts on Center City Protected Bike Lane in Philly (Philly Mag)
    • Atlanta Shifting Away From "All Cars, All the Time" (Curbed)
    • Latest Inspection Finds More DC Metro Safety Problems (WTOP)
    • Phoenix Council Approves Light Rail Extension to Metrocenter Mall (KJZZ)
    • Honolulu Removes Crosswalks That Aren’t at Traffic Lights (Civil Beat)
    • Oklahoma City Starts Six Months of Streetcar Testing This Week (Oklahoman)
    • Richmond Drivers Aren't Used to the Floating Parking for a Protected Bike Lane Yet (Times-Dispatch)
    • Memphis Bike-Share Launches This Morning (WREG)

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