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    • Transportation for America on Trump Transit Cuts: "This Is Not a Big City Thing" (Next City)
    • Atlanta Transit Could Lose Out on $3 Billion If Trump Cuts New Starts and TIGER (AJC)
    • Self-Driving Buses: Cool, But Not Yet Cheap (or Tested) Enough to Be a Real Solution (Eno)
    • When It Comes to Access to Transit, Poorer Parts of the DC Region Are Left Behind (WaPo 1, 2)
    • 10 Ways to Know If You Have a Highway Expansion Boondoggle on Your Hands (Frontier Group)
    • Seattle's Helmet Law Might Not Have Been the Only Thing That Killed Its Bike-Share, But It Didn't Help (Guardian)
    • Drivers Kill Two on Sidewalks: No Charges in Florida (WFLA); DUI Homicide in Wisconsin (State Journal)
    • City DOTs Are Including Data Collected From Smartphones in Their Street Design Evaluations (GovTech)
    • Fort Lauderdale Kicks Off Parking Policy Study; Will It Get Serious About Pricing? (Sun Sentinel)
    • Protected Bike Lanes Come to Downtown Nashville (NewsChannel 5)

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