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    • What Trump Can and Can't Do with Obama's Climate Change Regs (NYT)
    • Big-City Mayors Grapple With New President (Governing)
    • A Look at the Infrastructure Projects Governors Want Trump to Fund (WaPo)
    • Rural Millennials Are Still All About Driving — But They Have No Choice (Wired)
    • Amtrak Engineer in Philly Crash Tested Positive for Marijuana (The Hill)
    • Where Tech Fits Into Infrastructure Planning (FedScoop)
    • Transit Veteran Jay Walder's Lessons on Public-Private Partnerships (NextCity)
    • Ranking All U.S. Bike-Share Systems By Size (GGW)
    • You're 3X More Likely to Get Hurt Driving a Car Than Taking the Bus (CityLab)
    • Memphis Lags Behind Peer Cities on Transit Funding (Daily News)

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