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8:57 AM EDT on April 6, 2017

    • Trump Talks Infrastructure With the Times, Knows Nothing About Transit
    • At the Moment, an "Infrastructure Bill" in Washington Is a Fantasy (Brookings)
    • St. Louis Voters Okay Metrolink Expansion, Shoot Down MLS Stadium (St. Louis Public Radio)
    • It Sure Looks Like the Car Insurance Industry Discriminates Against People of Color (ProPublica)
    • Tulsa Will Use a Combined Pass for Buses and Bike-Share (GTR Newspapers)
    • More Than 200 Bike-Share Bikes Vandalized in Portland (Oregonian)
    • Kansas City Preparing for a Vote on Streetcar Expansion (KC Star)
    • Nashville Considering Closing a "Loophole" That Allows Developers to Forgo Sidewalks (Tennessean)
    • MA Gov Charlie Baker's Pitch to Elaine Chao May Have Sealed Green Line Deal (Boston Herald)
    • Bike Helmet Laws Do More Harm Than Good (CityLab)

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