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8:56 AM EST on February 25, 2016

    • Anthony Foxx Presses Congress to Spend $98 Billion on Transportation This Year (The Hill)
    • Albuquerque Meeting Over Bus Rapid Transit "Erupts in Chaos" (ABQ Journal)
    • Houston Press: Houston's New Bike Lane Plan "in the Hands of Drivers"
    • Al Jazeera America: Tourism Bias in Transit Projects in New Orleans Post-Katrina
    • Ann Arbor Moving Ahead on Light Rail (
    • Syracuse Examining Light Rail or Bus Rapid Transit (WAER)
    • Dangerous Las Vegas Street to Get Makeover for Pedestrian Safety (Review Journal)
    • Study: Nine in 10 Drivers Admit to Risky Behavior Behind the Wheel (WTOP)
    • Which Professions Have the Longest Commutes? (Priceonomics)

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