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    • Light Rail Strengthens the Sibling Bond Between Twin Cities (Chicago Trib)
    • Amtrak's Likely to See Highest Rider Numbers of the Year Today (Columbian)
    • Despite Recent Backlash, Uber's Still Riding High (Tech Crunch)
    • Montgomery County Goes More Ped-Friendly, But Wastes Money on Parking (Bethesda Now, GGW)
    • Atlanta's Figuring Out How to Operate Its New Streetcar Safely (WABE)
    • D.C. Buses Get Green-Light Priority (Washington Biz Journal)
    • Boise Envies Its Neighbors on Transit Spending (Idaho Press-Trib)
    • It's Not Too Early for Detroit to Prep for Next Year's Transit Vote (Metro Times)
    • After 98 Crashes This Year, Raleigh Plans More Bike Lanes (Indy Week)

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