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    • Senate Dems, Wanting Trump Commitment to Gateway Tunnel, Delay DOT Appointee Confirmations (WSJ)
    • Amid Trump Uncertainty, City and State Infrastructure Investment Down Nearly 20 Percent This Year (Reuters)
    • Meanwhile, in Canada: Spurred by Federal Investments, Infrastructure Spending Rises (WaPo)
    • Albuquerque BRT Opponents Convinced Bus Lanes Will Be Ripped Out Within 20 Years (ABQ Journal)
    • Twin Cities Light Rail Expansion Sprawls to Suburbs, Leaving Dense Core Behind (
    • Legislators Push Light Rail Project as Miami-Dade Mayor Walks Back Rail Promises (Next City)
    • North Dakota Legislators Want Uber, Lyft to Report More Data on Crashes and Violations (Bismarck Tribune)
    • When Cities Sanction Temporary DIY Streets Projects, Everybody Wins (Next City)
    • Meanwhile, in Spokane: Guerrilla Bike Lane Reappears After City Removes It (Spokesman-Review)
    • Absent Publicly Funded Walkways, Private Subdivision Closes Sidewalks (Baton Rouge Biz Report)

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