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    • Atlanta Streetcar Starts Charging Fares After Bumpy First Year (NYT)
    • How Ideological Fears Fuel Anti-Transit Policy (Governing)
    • Can Philly's New Planning Boss Appeal to All Sides? (Inquirer)
    • Slate of Bike Bills Heads to Massachusetts Statehouse (AP)
    • CityLab on Traffic Myths That Didn't Get a Rest Last Year
    • What 2015 Meant for Transpo Research, FTA Achievements (Fast Lane)
    • Coming Soon: Seattle's Light Rail Extension (AP)
    • Suburb-to-Suburb Transit Launches in Twin Cities (KSTP)
    • 2015's Big Philanthropy Trend: Green Giving to Cities (Inside Philanthropy)

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