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10:08 AM EDT on July 24, 2018

    • Cities’ Land Too Valuable to Waste on Parking (Bloomberg)
    • D.C. Red Line Shutdown Is Bus Lanes' Time to Shine (Mobility Lab)
    • The Oregonian Lists Portland’s 10 Most Dangerous Intersections
    • Blind, Disabled Seattle Residents Worry About Dockless Bike-Share (KING)
    • Michigan's Worst City for Cycling Ponders Improvements (Grand Rapids Mag)
    • New Orleans Leaning on Park-and-Rides to Draw More Commuters (Advocate)
    • Boston Mayor Threatens to Confiscate Illegal Scooter Rentals (Herald)
    • Post and Courier Approves of Charleston Transpo Plan’s Focus on Complete Streets
    • Indiana Town Requires Drivers to Steer Clear of Cyclists (WISH)

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