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9:00 AM EDT on March 23, 2017

    • New Jersey, North Texas, Tempe, Alabama Among Places That Would Lose Transit Funding Under Trump Budget
    • LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Doesn't Want WisDOT's Highway (NextCity)
    • 97 Percent of U.S. Population Affected by Traffic Noise Pollution (CityLab)
    • Pennsylvania Freezes $2 Billion Boondoggle Highway Project (Herald Standard)
    • Minnesota Republicans Renew Call for Elaine Chao to Cancel Minneapolis Light Rail Project (Star Tribune)
    • Atlanta Mayor Blasts Negative Streetcar Coverage (Journal Constitution)
    • Better Transit, Higher Home Prices (City Observatory)
    • State Farm Continues Moving Thousands of Employees Toward Transit (T4A)
    • Enthusiasm, Political Support Building for Gulf Coast Passenger Rail, But Trump's Budget Threatens It (T4A)
    • Houston Finally Approves Its Ambitious Bike Plan (Chronicle)

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