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10:33 AM EDT on August 14, 2018

    • Cities and States Are Getting Better at Regulating Ride-Sharing (Biz Insider)
    • Past Tampa Transit Votes Failed -- Will This One Be Different? (TB Times)
    • New DC Bus-Only Lane Is So Full of Cars, It’s a Joke (WaPo)
    • Seattle Complete Streets Program Tries to Keep Pace With Growth (Sightline)
    • Urban Milwaukee Offers Behind the Scenes Look at New Streetcar
    • Baton Rouge Switches Gears From Tram to Bus Rapid Transit (Advocate)
    • What Will Happen to Discarded Ofo Bikes? (My Northwest, Curbed Atlanta)
    • The Courier Journal Explains Bird Scooters to Louisville
    • Las Cruces Plan Would Double Size of Bike Lane Network (Sun News)
    • Urban Planning Meme Facebook Group Splinters Over Politics (NY Times)

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