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Today’s Headlines

8:43 AM PST on March 6, 2019

    • Counting the homeless is no simple task (CityLab)
    • Pedestrian deaths are up; A city with few of them pats itself on the back for its low fatality rate (KHTS)
    • Seleta Reynolds on fixing transportation in car-dependent cities (IoTNews)
    • Some think Uber and Lyft IPOs will bring pressure for the companies to be more aggressive on emission reductions (Axios)
    • The future of high-speed rail may be in Texas (Planetizen)
    • National project could bring better data to regions planning transit commute networks (T4America)
    • Singapore is about to test full-size autonomous buses (Bloomberg)
    • Celebrating a paving job way out in the desert (Roads&Bridges)

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