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    • Why Ben Carson Running HUD Doesn't Bode Well for Cities (WaPo); Democrats Pan Carson Pick (Hill)
    • Shuster to Continue Leading House Transpo Committee (Transport Topics)
    • An Optimistic Take on the Unified Republican Government and Transit (Planetizen)
    • DC Officials Claim Discrimination in Metro's Planned Service Cuts (WTOP)
    • Honolulu Rail Costs Could Balloon to $9.5B (Civil Beat)
    • Apple Finally Acknowledges Its Interest in Self-Driving Cars (Gov Tech)
    • London Mayor Commits Nearly $1 Billion for Cycling Projects (Next City)
    • What's Ahead for Atlanta's BeltLine in 2017 (Atlanta InTown)
    • Bike-Share Coming to Prince George's County, MD (GGW)

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