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    • Nashville Mayor Considers Watering Down BRT Project (Nashville Scene)
    • Why Is DC's Bike-share Thriving as NYC's Struggles Financially? (WaPo)
    • Maybe the New Orleans-Baton Rouge Train Doesn't Need to be High-Speed (Progressive Railroading)
    • Idea for Chicago Transit Superagency Faces Obstacles (Chicago Trib)
    • WaPo: D.C. Metro Needs to Take Federal Sanction Seriously
    • AARP Endorses Safe Streets Act
    • How Did Miami's Vintage Trolleys Lead to a Civil Rights Complaint? (WLRN)
    • Pittsburgh Aims for First Protected Bike Lane Downtown (Post-Gazette)

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