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8:58 AM EST on February 27, 2017

    • As Traffic Deaths Rise, Cities Across U.S. Pursue Lower Speed Limits (WaPo)
    • What's Behind America's Declining Transit Ridership? (CityLab)
    • Boston Leads Nation in Light Rail Derailments (Boston Globe)
    • DC Metro May Sell Station Naming Rights to Raise Cash (WaPo)
    • Houston Speeds Up Project to Demolish Downtown Freeway (Houston Chron)
    • NYT: What Happened to Trump's Infrastructure Plan?
    • Chao Reevaluating Obama Administration's Driverless Car Guidance (Reuters)
    • Pittsburgh Gets First Mobility Director, Oakland Gets First Ped Safety Czar (Incline, Next City)

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