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    • Foxx Says "No More Excuses," Appoints Three Safety Experts to D.C. Metro Board (WaPo)
    • FTA to Make Millions Available for On-Demand Mobility Demo Projects (GovTech)
    • West Baltimore's "Highway to Nowhere" Poised for Makeover With $4.7M From Feds (Biz Journal)
    • Feds Dole Out Green Bus Grants to Seven Transit Agencies (Bond Buyer)
    • What's Tampa's Path Forward After Nixing Sales Tax for Transit? (Tampa Trib)
    • Why Transit and Affordable Housing Should Go Hand in Hand (Mobility Lab)
    • BRT Opponents Try to Block Projects in Two Utah Cities (Salt Lake Trib)
    • What If Seattle's Viaduct Closure Isn't the Traffic Nightmare Everyone's Expecting? (Crosscut)
    • How the Burbs Will Be Different This Time (Treehugger)

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