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8:55 AM EDT on June 26, 2017

    • Frustrated With Judge's Delay, Maryland Asks for Emergency Ruling to Allow Purple Line to Proceed (WaPo)
    • King County Metro Adds More Buses to Serve Flood of Amazon Interns (Seattle Times)
    • Higher Fares, Less Service, More Disruptions, Fewer Riders: WMATA's "Death Spiral" (WAMU)
    • South Carolina Transit Struggles With Lack of Funding and Sprawling, Car-Dependent Cities (Post and Courier)
    • Suburban Fulton County, Outside Atlanta, Begins Work on Transit Master Plan (AJC)
    • Officials Begin Planning to Tame Extra-Wide Streets in Downtown Rochester, NH (
    • Undoing a Parking Crater: Akron Seeks Ideas for Downtown, Which Is One-Third Parking Lots (
    • Employers Should Allow Their Workers to Accept Cash Instead of Free Parking as a Commuting Perk (NRDC)
    • The Barnes Dance "Pedestrian Scramble" Makes a Comeback (Governing)
    • Pop-Up Bike Lane Gets Use in Elk River, MN (Star News)

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