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8:59 AM EST on February 22, 2017

    • D.C. Metro Ridership Down 9 Percent From Last Year, and the Pain Is Not Over (WTOP)
    • Shreveport, Louisiana, Urban Highway Would Displace Poor Residents (Strong Towns)
    • Same Man Kills Two Pedestrians in Waco, Texas, in 17 Months; Police Blame Pedestrians (KVIA)
    • North Carolina Gov Asks Trump to Fund Rail Connections (Next City)
    • Charlotte Transit Chief Wants $6 Billion Light Rail Expansion (Charlotte Agenda)
    • Charlotte to Add a Protected Bike Lane (Charlotte Five)
    • Iowa Bill Would Require Drivers to Change Lanes When Passing a Cyclist (Des Moines Register)
    • "Free Market" Texas Lawmakers Try to Stop Private Dallas-Houston High-Speed Rail (Houston Chronicle)
    • Forbes Lists Its Best Places to Retire Without a Car

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