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    • T&I Top Dem Rahall, Targeted by Koch Bros., Would've Retired Without More Campaign Funds (The Hill)
    • Despite Gabe Klein's Departure, Chicago Building 20 Miles of Bike Lanes This Summer (Tribune)
    • Next Few Months Critical to California HSR Future (Sac Bee)
    • Caltrain Turns to Reddit to Communicate with Riders About Safety Issues (Examiner)
    • North Carolina Debates a Vehicle-Miles Traveled Fee (Gaston GazetteReflector)
    • New Vox Venture Launches With a Plea for More Diverging Diamonds -- You Know, For Safety
    • Oregon Gets 8 Repair Projects Instead of One Huge New Bridge (Statesman Journal)
    • Does Seattle Metro Really Need More Money? (Times)
    • Heartless Curmudgeon, a.k.a. Police Chief in Cobb County, GA, Blames Kids on Bikes for Crashes (MDJ)
    • A Ground View of Transit Cuts and the Limits of Service Restoration (Post-Gazette)
    • The Illogic Behind Amtrak's Boarding Procedures, And the Hack to Avoid Them (Vox)

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