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8:55 AM EDT on July 10, 2017

    • Center-Right Think Tank Says "Buy America" Requirements Inflate the Cost of U.S. Transit (Hill, WaPo)
    • Under Pressure From Dallas, DART Will Speed Up Bus System Overhaul (Dallas News)
    • IndyGo to Unveil $138 Million Purple Line BRT Project Today (WTTV)
    • Bus Ridership Free-Fall Threatens Service in Tucson (Daily Star) and Gary, IN (Post-Tribune)
    • A Rare Bright Spot for U.S. Bus Ridership: Mason City, IA (Globe Gazette)
    • On Weekends, Lanes on the MacArthur Causeway Could Be For Walking and Bicycling (Miami New Times)
    • Silicon Valley Needs to "Disrupt" Its Decades-Old Car-Centric Development Pattern (NYT)
    • 70-Bicycle, Seven-Station Bike-Share Program Launches in Columbia, MD (WJZ)
    • Jaywalking Enforcement Throws Open the Door to Racial Profiling and Police Violence (Phoenix New Times)
    • Florida DOT Pedestrian Campaign at Jacksonville Intersections: "If Only I'd Been Looking Out for Cars" (WTLV)

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