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    • Did San Antonio's Streetcar Plan Die When Julian Castro Left? (Texas Observer)
    • Audit Uncovers Sweetheart Deals, Other Problems With Utah Transit Authority (Salt Lake Trib)
    • Latin America Leads the Way on BRT (Guardian)
    • Twin Cities' Green Line Could Use More Parks (Star Trib)
    • Sen. Schumer Calls on Feds to Fund Penn Station Annex (NYT)
    • Arlington Looks South to Norfolk's Debate Over Light Rail Fares (Inside Nova)
    • Houston Gets its First Dedicated Bike Lane Downtown (Houston Chron)
    • Saying Goodbye to Your Car Can Be Easier Said Than Done (CityLab)

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