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8:53 AM EDT on August 16, 2016

    • U.S. DOT's New Rule for Measuring Traffic Still Needs Some Work (The Hill)
    • Metro Project Through Beverly Hills Can Continue With Judge's Ruling (LA Times)
    • Cities Move to Subsidize Uber, Lyft Rides (Bloomberg)
    • As American Cities Cut Back Late-Night Subway Service, London Adds It (Slate)
    • Busmaker Lawsuit Against Foxx Heads to Mediation (Charlotte Observer)
    • How the Twin Cities Light Rail Will Connect People to Jobs (MinnPost)
    • Charlotte's Light Rail Construction Experience Could Be Instructive for Purple Line (WaPo)
    • If China Can Build Infrastructure, Why Can't We? (Governing)

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