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9:00 AM EDT on October 31, 2016

    • Fare Hikes, Service Cuts, and Layoffs in DC Metro's Proposed Budget (WaPo)
    • American Prospect: For Next President, Greatest Challenge Will Be Infrastructure
    • Will the Private Sector Take Over Public Transit? (Atlantic)
    • Slate: How Zillow Ruined Urban Planning's "Trick or Treat Test"
    • Car-Centric Atlanta Considers New Transit Future (CS Monitor)
    • Virginia Beach Faces Major Light Rail Vote (Pilot)
    • LA May Actually Have Something to Teach Bay Area About Transit (LA Times)
    • Baltimore Is Building Up Its Bike Infrastructure (Baltimore Sun)
    • Miami Streetcar Scaled Back Due to High Costs, Pushback (Miami Herald)
    • Designing the Perfect Urban Intersection (Wired)

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