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    • Will Metro Woes Affect Maryland's Purple Line Plans? (WTOP, Bethesda Mag)
    • Under Budget Pressure, Honolulu Rail Could Scale Back Five Miles (Civil Beat)
    • Kalamazoo Crash Underscores Urgent Need for Safer Streets (HuffPo)
    • NRDC Checks in From the Live.Ride.Share Conference
    • How Badly Can Car Congestion Damage Miami? (GovTech)
    • Atlanta Has Two Weeks to Address Streetcar Problems (AJC)
    • Two Light Rail Routes Now Under Study for Norfolk (Pilot)
    • Why Is Bike Advocacy So White in Portland? (Bike Portland)
    • Fayetteville Among Six Cities Chosen for Tactical Urbanism Project (Flyer)

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