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    • Toronto Leaders Unveil Enormous Transit Expansion Package (
    • Gizmodo: "Streetcars Are the Great Urban Gimmick of Our Time"
    • CityLab on Kansas City's "Great Microtransit Experiment"
    • Santa Barbara Businesses Challenging Bike Lane Under CA Environmental Regulations (Independent)
    • Nashville Area Mayors Approve $1.2 Billion for Transit Over 25 Years (Nashville Business Journal)
    • Detroit Sprawl King: "One Man's Sprawl Is Another Man's Economic Development" (WDET)
    • Detroit Inner-Ring Suburb Royal Oak to Discuss Legal Challenge to I-75 Expansion (Oakland Express)
    • FRA Head Urges State DOTs to Study Rail Crossings (
    • Some Ports Disappointed With Obama's Transportation Budget Proposal (
    • San Diego Breaks Ground on $131 Million, 21-mile Bus Route (Times of San Diego)

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