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    • Claims Journal: Brussels Attack Highlights the Vulnerability of U.S. Subway Systems
    • Memphis Considering $37 Million Bus Rapid Transit Plan (Memphis Daily News)
    • Lawsuit Charges New Orleans Bus Stops Aren't ADA Accessible (The Advocate)
    • Amsterdam's New Car-Free Tunnel for Bicyclists and Pedestrians (FastCoExist)
    • Protected Bike Lanes Planned for Detroit's Woodward Avenue (We Are Mode Shift)
    • Seattle to Make Pilot Downtown Protected Bike Lane Permanent, Extend It (My Northwest)
    • Detroit's New RTA Hosting Public Meetings in the Suburbs to Talk About BRT (Mass Transit)

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