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    • Twin Cities Approve Deals With Freight Railroads Clearing the Way for Southwest Light Rail (Strib)
    • Congestion Pricing Is Fairer for the Poor Than Free Roads (Michael Manville/Medium)
    • Here's What the Nashville Chamber Wants to See in the City's Big Transit Plan (Tennessean)
    • Chicago Metra Elevates Chief Mechanical Officer to CEO Post (Tribune)
    • Trump White House Sends a Signal to Its Motor-Loving Base (Washingtonian)
    • Envy Overcomes a New York Transit Rider in London (Business Insider)
    • Savannah Morning News: More Bike Lanes Please
    • Palm Beach Metering More Parking Spots, Raising Prices Downtown (Palm Beach Post)
    • ...So Is Auburn, Georgia (WRBL)
    • The Campaign to Memorialize Branden Klayko as a Louisville Hometown Hero (Courier-Journal)

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