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8:55 AM EDT on April 26, 2017

    • Trump's Tax Proposal, Out Today, Likely Includes Infrastructure Spending Modeled on 2015 Band-Aid (Politico)
    • NYC Real Estate Moguls Advising Trump Talk Up Leasing Infrastructure to Private Firms (NY Post, Real Deal)
    • The Economist Looks at the Promise and Pitfalls of Using Private Capital for Public Projects
    • Recent Penn Station Meltdown Shows What Happens When Congress Systemically Underfunds Amtrak (NYT)
    • Cities Will Suffer If Techno-Futurists Are the Only Ones Determining the Future of Autonomous Vehicles (CityLab)
    • Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Very Proud of 1,000-Space, $48 Million "Green" Parking Garage (AJC, Atlanta Mag)
    • Austin's "BRT Lite" Sees Ridership Jump After Capital Metro Stops Charging Premium Fare (Austin Monitor)
    • Fresno Improves Frequency and Adds Late-Night Service on Its Busiest Bus Routes (Fresno Bee)
    • Paint-Your-Own Bike Lanes Installed in Tampa Suburb (TB Times) and Lake Charles, LA (KPLC)
    • 81-Year-Old Man, Injured by SUV Driver and Taken to Hospital, Gets Jaywalking Ticket (Billings Gazette)

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