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    • What Other Countries Have Achieved With Infrastructure as U.S. Congress Dithers (WSJ)
    • California Ratings of Rail Stations Give Top Grades to Bay Area, Average Grades to L.A. (LAT)
    • The Risks Behind Uber's Plans for "World Domination" (Skift)
    • Imagining a New Future for Dallas's Aging Highways (Dallas Morning News)
    • Pittsburgh Bike-Share Beats Expectations (AP)
    • SunRail Offers Model for Potential Tampa Commuter Rail (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Seattle DOT Takes Over Bike-Share, With Plans for Expansion (Next City)
    • FTA Hears Reports on Transit Worker Assaults, Fatigue (Progressive Railroading)
    • Study Ranks Safest and Deadliest States for Drivers (Forbes)
    • The World's First Driverless Bus Debuts in China (CityLab)

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