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    • Trump Revamps FASTLANE Grant; INFRA Program Focused More on Private Funding and Rural Needs (Hill)
    • Oregon Governor, Legislative Leaders Reach Deal on Scaled-Down Transportation Funding Package (Register-Guard)
    • Reshaping the DART Board Isn't About Suburb vs. City; It's About Running a Useful Transit System (D Magazine)
    • Hampton Roads Transit Looks to Straighten Out Its Winding Bus Routes (Daily Press)
    • "Supercommuters" Get Lots of Attention, But It's a Small Group and Numbers Aren't Skyrocketing (City Observatory)
    • Facing Budget Crunch, City of Poughkeepsie Bus System to Be Taken Over By County (Poughkeepsie Journal)
    • Five Steps to Help Make Bay Area Transit Affordable to Low-Income Riders (SPUR)
    • Former Head of City Club of Chicago Moves to Florida, Is "Shocked" to Discover Dangers of Biking There (Sun Sentinel)
    • Albuquerque Suburb Parks Mobile Speed Cameras in Bike Lanes, Tells Residents It's Completely Legal (KRQE)
    • New Book Looks at Lessons From the Bike Boom (and Collapse) of the 1970s (Curbed)

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