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    • Why Did L.A. Metro Ridership Drop Again? (LA Times)
    • Tech Group Asks Feds to Slow Down on "Driver Mode" for Phones (The Hill)
    • Congress Turns Attention to Self-Driving Cars (Detroit News)
    • Fast Action Needed on DC Metro Safety Bill After FTA Pulls Some Funding (AP, Progressive RR)
    • California State Senator Wants to Make It Easier to Enact Transit Ballot Measures (SF Examiner)
    • Rallies Continue in Cleveland to Reopen Public Square to Buses (Plain Dealer)
    • Feds Open to Changing Plans for Northeast Rail (CT Mirror)
    • Broken Sidewalk Looks at Louisville's Bike-Friendly Direction
    • Can Boise Fund a Good Transit System? (Idaho Statesman)

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