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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on June 28, 2016

    • Data From Feds Confirm the Rise in Demand for Central Cities (WaPo)
    • The Guardian Has a Rather Paranoid Take on Sidewalk Labs' Work in Columbus and Elsewhere
    • Philly, Nashville, Spokane, and Ramsey County Named Winners of DOT Design Challenge (E Turbo News)
    • In Philly, Feds Will Help Reimagine Vine Street Expressway (Inquirer)
    • Study: Homes Near Seattle Light Rail Command a Premium (Seattle Times)
    • DC Metro to Cut 500 Jobs (WaPo)
    • As Atlanta Streetcar Shutdown Looms, Mayor Urges Taking the Long View (AJC)
    • Fort Worth Commuter Rail Gets Initial Signoff from Feds (Star-Telegram)
    • Cost Estimate Soars for Massachusetts South Coast Line (Boston Globe)
    • Anaheim Streetcar Plans Hit an Obstacle (OC Register)

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