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8:59 AM EDT on September 16, 2016

    • House Supports Including Uber in Transit Benefits for Federal Employees (The Hill)
    • Nashville Marks 10 Years of Commuter Rail (Tennessean)
    • Chinese Investors Look Into Twin Cities High-Speed Rail (Finance & Commerce)
    • Will Minneapolis Greenway Stretch Beyond Its First Five Blocks? (Next City)
    • "Radio Silence" From NJTransit During Transpo Funding Shutdown (TSTC)
    • Building Better Bike Lanes, With Help From Citizens (NPR)
    • The Parking Deal That Could Haunt DC for Years to Come (HuffPo)
    • Salt Lake City BRT Project Proceeds Amid Lawsuit (SL Trib)
    • Mobile Health Clinics to Set Up at St. Louis Light Rail Stations (St. Louis Biz Journal)
    • Meanwhile, Fresh Food Markets Expand at Atlanta Stations (AJC)
    • Barry County, Michigan, Honored as Best Rural Transit System in US (Hastings Banner)

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