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    • Multiple Sources Confirm: Trump's "Infrastructure Plan" Is Not Going Anywhere (NYT)
    • SEPTA Pins Falling Ridership on Growth of Uber, Lyft; Promises to Rethink Bus Service (Philly.com)
    • Springfield Transit Authority Cut Service to Balance Budget, Drawing MassDOT Scrutiny (WAMC)
    • Denver Post Editorial: "Why Not Tax the Bicyclists? ...We Are Intrigued" by Statewide Bike Tax Idea
    • Seattle Times Explains Where Leading Mayoral Candidates Stand on Transportation
    • Portland Lowers Its Sights for Long-Term Bike Commute Mode Share Target (BikePortland)
    • KDKA Eyes New Downtown Apartments as Solution to Pittsburgh's Parking Woes
    • Time Profiles Chuck Marohn of Strong Towns and His Effort to Rethink the Suburbs
    • Houston Suburbanites Still Trot Out Pernicious "Transit Brings Crime" Trope (Chronicle)
    • Do-It-Yourself Urbanists Build Their Own Bike Lanes in Dallas (AP)

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