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8:51 AM EDT on April 1, 2016

    • DC-Area Leaders Hate the Idea of Prolonged Metro Shutdowns - But They Accept It (WaPo)
    • GGW On How Such Shutdowns Could Work With Substitute Transit Routes
    • Why Has the U.S. Let Its Transit Slip This Far? (The Conversation)
    • How Massachusetts' Unlikely Transit Boss Is Making It Work (Gov Tech)
    • North Carolina's Anti-LGBT Law May Compel Feds to Withhold Transpo Funding (WSOC)
    • Christie Vows No Fare Hike for NJ Transit Commuters (AP)
    • Cost of Building Maryland's Purple Line May Exceed Initial Estimate (Washington Biz Journal)
    • Judge Greenlights Uber Surge-Pricing Lawsuit (Bloomberg)
    • Portland-Area Employers Speak Out on Southwest Corridor Transit Decisions (Oregon Metro)

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