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    • Las Vegas RTC Hosts Meetings to Come Up With Shiny New Transit Plan (Sun)
    • After Deaths, Fayetteville, NC, Officials Blame "People Darting Across the Middle of the Road" (WNCN)
    • MARTA Back In Court Defending Unreliable Paratransit Service (AJC)
    • Brightline, Florida's Private Sector Passenger Rail, Will Focus on Commuter Service First (Palm Beach Post)
    • Cities Reach Agreement With Private Train Operator Between Nashua, NH, and Woonsocket, RI (Valley Breeze)
    • What Are the Best Ways to Measure and Address Transit Deserts? (The Conversation)
    • Toronto's Bike Lane Watchdog Shames Canada Post Into Promising It Will Park Legally (CBC)
    • Group Behind Median Parking Lawsuit Slams Philly's "Hands-Off Approach" to Parking and Safety (
    • Ford Launches Luxury Shuttle Van in NYC With Hype About Solving City's Transportation Crisis (Verge)
    • Architecture Firm's PR Stunt Shows It Understands Nothing About Cities or Transportation (CityLab)

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