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    • On the Ballot 2016: Transpo Measures Across the Nation (TransportPolitic)
    • NJ Transit Faces Lawmakers to Talk Safety Today (AP)
    • DC Metro Board, Staff Divided on Killing Late-Night Service (WaPo)
    • One Seattle Suburb Could Determine Light Rail Fate (Seattle Times)
    • Could a Gondola Across the Potomac River Work? (GGW)
    • Silicon Valley's Car Commutes Even Worse Than LA's (Mercury News)
    • Obama Might Become a DC Metro Rider (Washington Examiner)
    • NC's New Last-Mile App Integrates Rail, Bus, Uber (Charlotte Biz Journal)
    • Bike Crashes Decline in Grand Rapids After Safety Campaign (MLive)
    • Louisville Gets Moving on Bike-Share (Courier-Journal)

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