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11:17 AM EDT on June 6, 2018

    • Portland Rolls Out Plan for Miles of New Bike Lanes Downtown (Willamette Week)
    • Boston Bus Lane Pilot Ends as City Mulls Making It Permanent (Globe)
    • Developers Say Parking Minimums in Augusta, GA, Are Stifling Growth (Chronicle)
    • UNC Ready to Move Forward With BRT If State Blocks Light Rail (WCHL)
    • Metro Charleston Seeks Input on Regional Transit Plan (Post and Courier)
    • Budget Shortfall Projected for Cincinnati Streetcar in 2020 (WCPO)
    • Tuscaloosa Residents Fed Up With Dangerous Sidewalks (ABC 33/40)
    • Milwaukee Officials Encourage Biking, Tout Complete Streets Plan (Fox 6)
    • Pittsburgh Warns Drivers Not to Park in Bike Lanes (City Paper)
    • In Toronto, Vision Zero Doesn’t Really Mean "Zero" (Treehugger)

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