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Today’s Headlines

9:03 AM EST on November 8, 2016

    • $200B in Transpo Money at Stake at U.S. Polls Today (WSJ)
    • The Hill Rounds Up the Top 10 Ballots to Watch
    • Will Atlanta Voters Double Down on the Streetcar? (Atlanta Mag)
    • Philly Transit Strike Ends in Time for Election Day in Battleground State (LA Times)
    • Lyft, Zipcar, Uber Offer Discounts for Voters (Consumerist)
    • How Inner-City Highways Hurt NY's Mid-Sized Cities (D Mag)
    • Is DC Metro Safer Under Feds' Oversight? (WAMU)
    • Density Central to San Diego Climate Fight (Next City)
    • New Orleans Considers Partnerships With Uber (Best of New Orleans)
    • Berlin's Most Famous Street to Ban Cars (CityLab)

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