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    • Trump Plays Coy About Working With Democrats on Infrastructure, Which He Promises He's Working On (Hill)
    • Jarrett Walker: Auckland's "Congestion-Free" Transit Framework Emphasizes Frequency, Speed, Reliability (CityLab)
    • Bus Ridership on Vegas Strip Plummets After Introduction of Uber and Lyft (Review-Journal)
    • Study: When Uber and Lyft Left Austin, Some People Turned to Private Car Ownership (Reuters, Verge, Engadget)
    • Bloomberg Made a Comic Strip About How Lyft Made the "Revolutionary" Decision to Charge Employees for Parking
    • Gates Foundation: Daily, Not Monthly, Parking Charges Most Effective at Reducing Car Commuting (Seattle Times)
    • Eno Dives Deep on Flaws in How Congress Funds the New Starts Transit Expansion Program
    • Salt Lake City Debates Whether to Take Incremental or "Big Bang" Approach to Transit Expansion (Tribune)
    • After Spurning Rail Expansion, Miami-Dade's Mayor Still Excited About "Disruptive" Gobbledygook (Herald)
    • Nevada DOT Installs Pedestrian-Blaming Sidewalk Decals at Dangerously-Designed Intersections (News 4)

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