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    • Uber’s Self-Driving Cars Don't Drive Themselves Anymore (The Verge, Engadget)
    • Build Parking Structures That Can Be Converted to Housing (Fast Company)
    • Atlanta Suburbs Explore Transit Options (Reporter, Douglas County Sentinel)
    • Light Rail Station Spurs Building Boom in Minnetonka (KSTP)
    • Milwaukee Group Campaigns for Safer Streets (Shepherd Express)
    • New Seattle Streetcars Might Be Too Big for Tracks (MyNorthwest, KOMO)
    • Orlando Bike Lane Cut Speeding in Half (Click Orlando)
    • Nashville Abandons Plan to Complete Cleveland Street (Tennessean)
    • Twice as Many People Hit By Cars as Robbed in New Orleans (Advocate)
    • Some Boston Neighborhoods Lack Access to Bike-Share (WGBH)

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