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    • White House Plans to Talk Infrastructure This Week But Will Let Congress Figure Out How to Pay for It (Hill 1, 2)
    • Denver Suburb Votes Tomorrow: Stay Sprawling or Become Walkable Around Light Rail Station? (Denver Post)
    • Meanwhile: Atlanta's Gwinnett County Suburbs Are Courting Walkable Downtown Development (Bisnow)
    • Nashville's Mayor Begins Making Case for Voters to Back Transit Expansion Funding Measure (NewsChannel 5)
    • Toledo-Area Voters Will Decide on Half-Cent Sales Tax to Fund More Bus Service (The Blade)
    • Carmakers Worry About New Stats Showing People Aren't Buying New Cars (WaPo)
    • Six-Station Bike-Share Program Launches in Manchester, NH (Union Leader)
    • Sacramento Bee Editorial: Naysayers Need to Get Real; California Needs High-Speed Rail
    • Washington State Capitol Workers Are Furious They Might Not Have Cheap Parking Anymore (News Tribune)
    • Shed a Tear for Wealthy DC Neighborhood's "Parking Crisis" Now That Ivanka and the Obamas Moved In (WaPo)

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