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8:55 AM EDT on May 25, 2017

    • Who Killed a Federal Inquiry Into America's Sky-High Transit Construction Costs? (Vox)
    • CityLab Looks at How Trump's Budget Is Bad for Bicycling
    • Trump Budget Cuts Transit Funding, But Leaves Door Open for Maryland's Purple Line (WaPo)
    • Boston Launches Pilot for All-Door Boarding Along Silver Line Bus (Next City)
    • Denver Suburb Paid Lots of Money to Offer Free Lyft Rides to Light Rail and Barely Anyone Used It (Denverite)
    • MARTA Ridership Drops After I-85 Reopens, Allowing Atlantans to Sit in Gridlock Alone (WABE)
    • BikePGH: Failed Pittsburgh Mayoral Candidates Show That Bashing Bikes Is a Vote Loser (Post-Gazette)
    • Boston Globe Continues Series on Pesky Pedestrians, Discovers Police (Rightly) Don't Care About Jaywalking
    • That Old Canard? Baltimore NIMBYs Claim Protected Bike Lanes Block Emergency Vehicles (WBAL)
    • 50-Bike, 10-Station Bike-Share Launches in Roanoke, Virginia (Roanoke Times)

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