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Photo (cc) Transportation for America Greater Greater Washington: When we lost the War on Pedestrians Every new bike lane, speed camera, or change in parking requirements becomes an attack in what organizations like AAA decry as a “War on Cars.” But in the 1920s, there was a different war over our streets. And pedestrians lost. Cincinnati Business Courier: City tosses …

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The Boston Globe: As cycling gains popularity, an anti-cyclist bias remains No matter one’s opinion of cyclists or their riding habits, they are practically defenseless against the smallest sedan, never mind an SUV or a truck. Drivers simply have to take the high road — not only around cyclists who abide by the rules of the road, but even around …

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Deadliest for Walkers: Male Drivers, Left Turns [The New York Times] How To Raise Fares [Planetizen] Incentivize people to use pre-paid fare products to speed bus boarding by only raising fares for slower cash transactions Residents Who Live Near Public Transportation Live Healthier, Longer Lives, Study Finds [American Public Transportation Association] Ceremony kicks off the United States’ high speed future …