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    • Feds Get a Mountain of Opinions on Driverless Cars (WaPo, The Verge)
    • Why Does It Take a Crisis for Americans to Care About Infrastructure? (New Yorker)
    • Amtrak Safety Lapses Found, as Feds Order Retraining of Workers (WSJ, Philly Biz Journal)
    • Transit Systems Look to Uber, Lyft to Provide Services for Disabled (AP)
    • Atlanta Transit Projects Compete for Funding (AJC)
    • Planning Light Rail to the Norfolk Naval Station (Pilot)
    • DC Metro Board Chair: System Needs Dedicated Funding, More $ From Feds (WaPo)
    • Transforming LA's Union Station Into an Urban Destination (LA Times)
    • Cities Get Directly Involved in Creating Transit Apps (GovTech)

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