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    • House to Mark Up Transpo Bill Thursday, as Clock Ticks (Progressive Railroading, The Hill)
    • 19 Dem Governors Ask Congress for a Long-Term Transpo Bill (The Hill)
    • Driverless Car Tested on I-95 in Virginia (AP)
    • Ratings Agency Blames Millennials' Car-Free Choices for Poor Road Conditions (Denver Biz Journal)
    • Will San Joaquin Valley Innovate, or Just Continue With Sprawl? (CityLab)
    • Federal Dysfunction Makes Way for the Rise of Cities (WSJ)
    • "Transportation Camps" Inspire Fresh Thinking (Mobility Lab)
    • A Look at Five New Transit Projects in New Orleans (Times-Picayune)
    • Seattle District Sees Lagging Promise of TOD Along Light Rail (KPLU)
    • How Can Rhode Island Fix Its "Disjointed Maze" of Bike Infrastructure? (Eco RI News)

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