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    • Congress, D.C. Metro Fight Over Where Additional Funding Will Come From (Roll Call)
    • Idaho Driver Exam Now Covers Safely Driving on Streets With Cyclists, Pedestrians (Spokesman-Review)
    • New Jersey Will Run Out of Money for Road, Rail Projects This Summer (NJ.com)
    • Capital Bikeshare to Offer $5 Annual Memberships to Low-Income Subscribers (City Paper)
    • Dallas Observer: To Build a Better DART, Choose Leaders Who Ride It
    • Former Head of Washington State DOT Hired by Smart Growth America (T4America)
    • OhioDOT: Lowering Speed Limit "Not Justified" on Road With 9 Deaths in 8 Years (NewsNet5)
    • Uber Received 415 Requests for Data From Law Enforcement in 2nd Half of 2015 (The Hill)
    • Detroit Parents, Kids Endure Extreme Commutes for Better Schools (Chalkbeat)

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