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9:01 AM EST on November 11, 2016

    • Beware the Trump Infrastructure Plan (New Republic)
    • The Guy in Charge of Transportation for Trump's Transition Team Is an Industry Lobbyist (NYT)
    • What the New White House Means for MD's Purple Line (WaPo)
    • Re-elected Miami Mayor Wants Bold Transit Expansion (Miami Herald)
    • Meet the People Who Mobilized to Defeat Metro Detroit Transit Plan (Michigan CapCon)
    • Chicago Races for Red Line Funds Before Trump Takes Over (Chicago Trib)
    • Divisions Emerge After San Diego Transit Tax Defeat (SD Union-Trib)
    • Virginia Beach Light Rail Was a Loser in Elections (Bacon's Rebellion)
    • Breaking Down Bike Barriers in Eugene, OR (Eugene Weekly)
    • Could Light Rail Come to Downtown Austin? (KXAN)
    • Rail, Streetcar Off the Table for Syracuse (

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