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    • DC Metro Resumes Service After 29-Hour Shutdown; "Most Issues Fixed," Officials Say (CBS News)
    • Metro Shutdown Tops Agenda in Senate Hearing (WaPo); Chair Argues for Steady Capital Funding (AP)
    • Police Adjust Traffic Rules in Light of Metro Shutdown (Newsplex)
    • DC Cabs Says Shutdown Hurt Business Because They Were Stuck in Traffic (CNBC)
    • WaPo: Metro Shutdown Caused by Our Tolerance for Urban Decay
    • NPR: Even Developing World Cities Don't Shut Down Their Subway for a Day
    • Gizmodo: Congress Doesn't Seem to Get Why U.S. Needs Self-Driving Cars
    • Courier-Journal: Louisville's Streets a Pedestrian Danger Zone
    • Indiana Saw 18% Increase in Pedestrian Deaths in 2015 (WBIW)

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