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    • Cities Strive to Take On-Demand Mobility Beyond Uber (Next City)
    • Hawaii Struggles to Complete Its Costly Rail Project (NYT)
    • How Transportation Has Figured Into Baltimore's Inequalities (Places Journal)
    • LA Times: Transit Maintenance Funding Is Key to Avoid Mistakes of DC and SF
    • Cycling Advocates Across U.S. Push for Stronger Safety Laws (AP)
    • New Seattle Light Rail Link Connects UW to Downtown (RT&S)
    • Is DC Moving Fast Enough to Meet Its Bike Goals? (WAMU)
    • Austin's Transportation Vision for the Smart City Challenge (Austin Biz Journal)
    • Buffalo's Getting Bike-Share This Summer (Buffalo News)

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