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Today’s Headlines

10:05 AM EDT on June 5, 2018

    • Transit Really Does Make Neighborhoods More Affordable (CityLab)
    • St. Louis Puts Off Study of Potential MetroLink Expansions (Post-Dispatch)
    • In DC, Dockless Bike-Share More Likely Than CaBi to Be Used By Women and People of Color (WaPo)
    • Bikelash Hits Norfolk as Neighbors Divide Over New Bike Lane (WAVY)
    • Charleston Bridge Closure a Chance for Smarter Transpo Planning (Post and Courier)
    • Tampa Utility Moves Poles Out of Sidewalks and Bike Lanes (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Bus Ridership Up 25 Percent in Bismark, SD (KFGO)
    • Work on Indianapolis BRT Started Monday (WRTV)
    • The Economist Praises France’s Decision to Lower Speed Limits and Save Lives

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