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    • Roundup of Transit Issues on Ballots This November (Governing)
    • Portland Wants Bicyclists and Pedestrians Considered When Setting Speed Limits (Mercury)
    • FTA Asks Judge to Let Purple Line Resume; Delays Cost $13 Million a Month (Bethesda Magazine)
    • St. Louis Advocates Demand Stronger Penalties for Drivers Who Injure Pedestrians (KSAT)
    • 1.6 Mile Seattle Light Rail Extension to Open This Month (Public Intelligencer)
    • San Antonio Kicks Off Driver Education Campaign as Part of Vision Zero (KSAT)
    • Indianapolis Mayor Stops Short of Telling Voters to Support Transit Referendum (Indy Star)
    • Miles Driven in First Half of 2016 Breaks Record (Equipment World)

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