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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EDT on April 12, 2016

    • What Will the Next President Do for Transit? (Next City)
    • The Atlantic Looks at the Toll of Commuting to Better Schools in Detroit
    • Seattle Sees Biggest Rise in Bus Ridership of Any U.S. City (Seattle Times)
    • Surveillance of NJ Transit Raises Privacy Concerns (
    • Kansas City Plans Development Around BRT, With Help From Feds (Next City)
    • D.C. Circulator Problems Started With Hiring Private Firm, Union Says (WAMU)
    • Maryland Lawmakers Override Hogan's Veto on Transportation Scoring Bill (Star Democrat)
    • Once Ranked Worst for Walking, Oklahoma City Makes Progress (HuffPo)
    • Atlanta to Roll Out Demo Bike-Share This Summer (Creative Loafing Atlanta)

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