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    • Feds Give $1.2B to Silver Line Phase II (GSN)
    • GOP Senators Predict New Funding Source for Transpo (The Hill)
    • Developers Take Interest in Twin Cities Light Rail (Finance & Commerce)
    • DC Metro Pays Nearly $5M to Settle Suit Over No-Bid Contract (WaPo)
    • Gov Tech: U.S. Can't Keep Tolerating Transportation Mediocrity
    • UK Study: Transit Riders Weigh Less (Health Central)
    • Math Finds Capitol Hill Seattle the Most Walkable Yet Affordable Neighborhood (Munson City, Curbed)
    • Nashville Sees "Guerilla Urbanism" (Nashville Scene)
    • Cleveland Advocates Promote Convenient But Underused Bus Line (Plain Dealer)
    • Chesapeake, VA, Wants in on Light Rail (Pilot)
    • How Can Downtown Stamford, CT, Become Safer for Pedestrians? (WHSU)

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