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    • Feds Still Site Huge New Government Offices in Sprawling Places Without Transit (Governing)
    • The Economist: America's Traffic Safety Record Is the Worst in the Developed World
    • Federal Regulators May Require Large Trucks to Use Speed-Limiting Devices (Argus Leader)
    • Tennessee Must Reverse Lax Drunk Driving Law or Lose Federal Funding (Knoxville News Sentinel)
    • FTA Doubles Down on Its Disastrous Buy America Requirement for Rolling Stock (Steel Orbis)
    • Kalamazoo, Michigan, Takes Action to Protect Cyclists After June Death (WWMT)
    • Online Tool Will Explore Connection Between Transit and Gentrification in L.A. (CityLab)
    • BART Offering Incentive to Commute Outside Peak Rush (Curbed SF)
    • Cincinnati Streetcar Launches Friday (Enquirer)

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