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    • The Hack of SF Muni Hack Highlights a Broader Cybersecurity Threat (SF Chron)
    • Top Dems Call for Transpo Funding Boost from Congress (The Hill)
    • DC Metro Looks at Stopping Service at 11:30 PM (WaPo)
    • Detroit to Answer Feds' Call for "Proving Ground" for Self-Driving Cars (Crain's)
    • Railroads Show Uneven Progress on Safety Tech; MetroNorth Lags (Railway Age, NH Register)
    • Seattle Advocates Don't Want to Wait 25 Years for Transit Expansion (Next City)
    • Federal Judge Upholds Ruling That Could Delay the Purple Line (Construction Dive)
    • What Happens When People Without Cars Move to Car-Centric Places? (GGW)
    • Zipcar Founder Robin Chase on Upending the Drive-Everywhere Status Quo (Commonwealth)

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