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10:35 AM EDT on August 17, 2018

    • Hogan Rejects Calls to Curtail Maryland Light Rail (Baltimore Sun)
    • Portland Chooses Route for SW Light Rail Line (Metro, Oregonian)
    • Ride-Hailing Companies Added 94 Million Driving Miles on Seattle Streets Last Year (Seattle Times)
    • Baltimore Firefighter Pleads Guilty to Assault at Bike Lane Meeting (Fishbowl)
    • Cleveland Unveils New Complete Street Today (Plain Dealer)
    • New Bike-Share Systems in Bloomington (IU), Toledo (City Paper) and Vancouver (Daily Hive)
    • Toronto Bike-Share Will Add 90 Stations (Daily Hive)
    • Employers Should Subsidize Transit Instead of Parking (Mobility Lab)
    • Video: Do Skateboards and Scooters Belong in Bike Lanes? (Slate)
    • Say What? Forbes Ranks Atlanta Among Cities With the Best Transit

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