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    • Amtrak Reaches Agreements on 18 State-Supported Routes (The Hill)
    • Also, Turns Out Amtrak's NOT a Money Pit (NYT)
    • As BART Negotiations Continue, Next City Looks at Pros and Cons of Transit Strikes
    • In Virginia, Infrastructure Backers Want McAuliffe for Gov (Politico)
    • Will New Delay Derail Twin Cities Light Rail? (StarTribune)
    • CityFix Shares Insights from the Recent Shared-Use Mobility Summit
    • Will Portland's Steps to Fight Climate Change Be Enough? (Portland Trib)
    • Newest Columbia River Crossing Plan Scales Back Bike Features (Bike Portland)
    • Survey Looks at Rider Patterns on Popular DC Circulator (WaPo)
    • How Does Ann Arbor Fit Into Southeast Michigan's Transit Network? (Ann Arbor Chron)
    • Grand Rapids Beefs Up Bike Infrastructure (Rapid Growth)

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