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    • Chao: "Nothing Is Off the Table" for Infrastructure Plan -- But Nothing's on the Table, Either (WDRB)
    • People Are Dying on the Streets Because We're Addicted to Cars and BikePortland Is Fed Up
    • Rebuffed by TxDOT, Parents of Dead Teen Finally Convince City to Build Sidewalks (Temple Daily Telegram)
    • Orlando-Area Highway Authority Trumpets $580 Million Plan to Widen Expressway (Sentinel)
    • DART Needs Better Buses to Help Poor Residents Connect With Far-Away Job Centers (Dallas News)
    • Tampa Bay Business Leaders Want Elected Officials to Step Up to the Plate for Transit (TB Times)
    • Reason Foundation's "Practical Strategies" for Atlanta Transportation Primarily Involve Road Expansion (AJC)
    • After Hogan Cancelled Red Line, Baltimore Transit Riders Feel Slighted by Bus Reshuffle (WaPo)
    • Amalgamated Transit Union Funds Nascent Riders Interest Group to Sway WMATA Policy (WAMU)
    • Honolulu City Council Passes Bill to Prohibit Pedestrians From Using Phones (Hawaii News Now, Mashable)

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