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    • It's Official: Trump Taps Ben Carson and His Non-Existent Housing Experience to Run HUD (Politico)
    • Whatever Trump Does, Mayors Will Act on Climate Change (Scientific-American)
    • Seattle Is Building a Lot of Apartments But Not a Lot of Parking Spots (Seattle Times)
    • LaHood and Rendell Pitch Infrastructure Spending in The Hill
    • Feds Target Sleep Apnea in Wake of Hoboken Train Crash (AP)
    • Northern Virginia Sees Decreased Transit Ridership (WTOP)
    • The Case Against Banning Buses on Cleveland's Public Square (Plain Dealer)
    • Detroit Hires New Mobility Chief (Crain's)
    • Will Cities Follow Portland's Lead With Car-Free Bridges? (Governing)
    • New DC Political Landscape Poses Risk for Jersey Bike/Ped Safety Efforts (Mobilizing the Region)

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