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    • Mayor Pugh Names Former DC Transportation Chief Michelle Pourciau to Lead Baltimore DOT (Brew)
    • Hawaii's Deputy Attorney General and Honolulu City Council Chair Are "Concerned" About Bike-Share in Parks (KHON)
    • Ford's Chariot Minibus Expands to Seattle, Will Only Provide Service for Large Companies and Institutions (GeekWire)
    • Middletown Area Transit Cuts Evening Service as Officials Point Fingers Over Funding Woes (NBC Connecticut)
    • Foundation Will Underwrite Free Streetcar Rides -- But Not Buses -- in Detroit Until Labor Day (MLive)
    • Strong Towns Looks at Efforts for a People-Friendly 13th Street in Columbus, Georgia
    • Texas Legislature Likes the Idea of Privately-Funded HSR Between Dallas and Houston -- Mostly (Dallas News)
    • A Day in the Life of DIY Bike Lane Activists Behind the San Francisco Municipal Transformation Agency (KALW)
    • Rest In Peace, "Straddling Bus" -- No One Will Remember You or the Hyperloop in a Decade (Quartz)

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