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8:58 AM EST on December 13, 2016

    • Trump Wants Oil Baron and Friend-of-Putin Rex Tillerson to Be the Nation's Top Diplomat (NYT)
    • Will Trump Burn the Bridge of Trust Obama Built Toward Cities? (Next City)
    • California Mayors' Concerns About Trump (SF Chronicle)
    • NJ Transit Understaffed Safety Jobs While Hiring Christie Allies at Top (Bloomberg)
    • America's Slow But Steady Climb to Faster Rail Travel (CityLab)
    • Family Shipping Company Could Be Conflict for Transpo Pick Elaine Chao (ProPublica)
    • Birmingham One of Five Cities to Get TOD Boost from Feds (, FTA)
    • HUD Announces "Choice Neighborhoods" Grants, Including Louisville, St. Louis (WFPL, Post-Dispatch)
    • Nashville's Transit Future Depends on State Legislators (Nashville Biz Journal)
    • Strategies for the White Plains Transit District (Journal News)

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