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    • Trump Tries to Convince Investors His Infrastructure Plan Is Legit (Reuters)
    • Boston's Green Line Cleared to Award Construction Contracts This Fall (Boston Globe)
    • Bertha Is Almost Done Boring Seattle's Big, Expensive, Wasteful Highway Tunnel (Seattle Times)
    • Seattle Moves to Curb the Power of NIMBY Homeowners (NextCity)
    • Study: One in Four Drivers Who Crash Were Using the Phone (Boston Globe)
    • Why Are People Leaving American Cities Like New York? (The Atlantic)
    • Under Pressure, Grand Rapids Backs Down, Decides Not to Ban Downtown Parking Lots (
    • Car Demand Collapse Threatens Trump's Plans to Revive Auto Factories (Bloomberg)

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