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    • Uber Controversy Exposes "Gaping Hole in Nation's Privacy Laws" (The Hill)
    • Former Dallas Mayor Joins High-Speed Rail Effort in Texas (Dallas Morning News)
    • With Landmark Transpo Funding Deal, Virginia Gas Tax to Increase 45% (Daily Press)
    • Puerto Rico Governor Warns of Transit Shutdown Over Bond Issue (Reuters)
    • Montgomery County Votes Today on Bill to Improve Urban Streets (GGW)
    • San Diego: Court Rejects Future Transpo Plan, Trolley Link Approved (KPBS, Railway Age)
    • How a New Amtrak Tunnel Could Improve West Baltimore (Baltimore Brew)
    • Sandy, Utah, Plans for Denser Downtown (Salt Lake Trib)
    • The Pitfalls of Hands-Free Car Technology (WSJ)
    • How Humans Have Evolved Into "Metro Sapiens" (Smithsonian)

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