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8:56 AM EDT on April 11, 2017

    • Today: Trump and CEOs Talk Infrastructure; Chao Meets Elon Musk and Pruitt Meets GM CEO (Hill)
    • Tax Overhaul Could Lead to Infrastructure Money, If Trump Can Navigate Congress (Politico)
    • Building Trades Nervous That Trump Might Strip Federal Prevailing Wage Requirements (McClatchy)
    • Philly and Denver Launch Crowdsourced Maps to Identify Dangerous Street Locations (Next City)
    • Edmonton Begins Installing Grid of Protected Bike Lanes Across Downtown (CBC)
    • City-Backed Downtown Orlando Redevelopment Has a "Car-Last" Mobility Strategy (Sentinel)
    • Nebraska's Capital City Could Get 100-Bike, 17-Station Bike-Share This Fall (Lincoln Journal Star)
    • China's Bike-Share Boom Could Be Helped or Hurt by State Regulation (NYT)
    • Looks at the Long History of Efforts to Bring Rail to the Twin Cities
    • Citing Speeding Deaths, Chao Changes DOT Blog Name From "Fast Lane" to "Connections"

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