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11:21 AM EDT on May 24, 2018

    • Poll: Americans Want Feds to Spend More on Infrastructure (The Hill, USA Today)
    • Transport Review: Autonomous Vehicles Will Increase Sprawl and Car Dependence
    • How Cities Are Regulating Dockless Bike-Share and Scooter Fleets (Vice)
    • Michigan GOP Wants to Kneecap Detroit Regional Transit Proposal (WDET)
    • West Palm Beach Approves Less Car-Centric Transpo Plan (Palm Beach Post)
    • Bike Walk Memphis Wants Pedestrian-Friendly Pilot Project Left in Place (Flyer)
    • Milwaukee Streetcar Extension Plan Moves Forward (Urban Milwaukee)
    • Shreveport Kicks Off New Phase of 359-Mile Bike Network Plan (KTBS)
    • Cincinnati Council Member Proposes Making Streetcar Fare-Free (Enquirer)
    • Bend, Oregon, Bike Lanes Filled With Rocks, Glass and Trash (Bulletin)

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