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8:59 AM EDT on June 13, 2016

    • How Tampa's $6B Highway Expansion Will Burden People of Color (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Who's Going to Win the Smart City Challenge? (CS Monitor, Route 50)
    • VW's Hardly the Only Carmaker Flouting Pollution Limits (NYT)
    • Foxx Visits Montgomery, AL, Tomorrow for Bus Boycott Symposium (Alabama News)
    • New DC Metro Official Vows to Fix "Gaping Holes" in Safety (WaPo)
    • Alternatives Proposed as Costs Mount for Honolulu Rail (Honolulu Biz Journal)
    • Study Highlights Houston's Transit Challenges (Houston Chron)
    • National Review: A Transit Lesson for Conservatives
    • Will the "We Love Our Cars" Campaign Threaten Seattle Light Rail? (Next City)
    • Freeway Teardown a Possibility for Downtown Dallas (Dallas News)
    • Fairfax, VA, Residents Challenge Plans for Higher Density (WaPo)

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