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8:57 AM EDT on March 13, 2017

    • The Biggest Threat to Cities' Transit Ambitions May Come From Congress (CityLab)
    • Will TIGER Grants Be on the Chopping Block? (The Hill)
    • Boston Considers Weekend Commuter Rail Shutdowns (Boston Globe)
    • What Suburbs Will Look Like in the Future (Business Insider)
    • DC Metro's Ridership Losses Have Pulled Down National Numbers (Washingtonian)
    • Why Does the "Industrial Parking Complex" Keep Winning? (Boston Globe)
    • The "Wild West" Era Is Over for Driverless Cars (Eno Transportation)
    • In Austin, Private Bike-Share Makes Complicated Debut (CityLab)

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