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    • NTSB Chair (And Once Major DOT Contender) to Switch to Safety Council (WSJ, The Hill)
    • Tennessee Governor: Blocking Nashville BRT By Legislation Not a Good Approach (AP)
    • Why Aren't Transit Figures in PortlandDallas, or Wisconsin Following the Upward Trend?
    • Utah Doubled Its Commuter Rail Ridership (Daily Herald)
    • Shuster Faces Two GOP Challengers for May Primary (Patriot News)
    • Will Holocaust Reparations Bill Threaten Funds for Maryland's Purple Line? (WaPo)
    • Boston Globe: City's Made Big Strides "Putting Cars in Their Place"
    • In San Antonio, Streetcar Opponents Go for City Charter Change (WOAI, My SA)
    • The Week: Transit Investments Would Most Help the Middle Class

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