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8:58 AM EDT on April 19, 2017

    • Trump's "Buy America" Order Will Make Infrastructure More Expensive (Vox)
    • Schumer Hasn't "Heard a Peep" From Trump About Working Together on Infrastructure (NY Daily News)
    • Washington State Will Aim for Zero Pedestrian Deaths (Chinook Observer)
    • Nashville to Require More Developers to Provide Sidewalks (Tennessean)
    • Trump Budget Leads to the Cancellation of Bus Rapid Transit Project in Lansing, Michigan (NextCity)
    • Plan to Build a Light Rail System in Las Vegas Gets Thumbs Up From State Senate (KNPR)
    • Republican Who Voted to Defund Caltrain Project Loses Station in His District (Fresno Bee)
    • Study: Noisiest NYC Neighborhoods Are the Healthiest. The Connection: Walkability? (6sqft)
    • Feds Rule I-70 Widening in Denver Doesn't Violate Civil Rights (Streetsblog Denver)
    • Slate: Retail "Apocalypse" Could Drag Down the Suburbs

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