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8:55 AM EDT on August 22, 2017

    • Maryland Gov. Hogan: Feds to Sign $900 Million Purple Line Funding Agreement (WaPo, WJLA)
    • What's Next for Seattle's Grand Experiment With City-Sanctioned, Venture-Financed Bike-Share? (Urbanist)
    • Less Than a Year After Launch, Cobb County Considers Cutting Bus to Atlanta Braves Stadium (AJC)
    • Florida DOT to Build 13-Mile "Road to Nowhere" Toll Highway Along Rural Gulf Coast (News Chief)
    • Seattle Police Issued Just 484 Tickets to Bike Lane Blockers Last Year (Seattle Times)
    • San Diego MPO's Executive Resigns, Leaving Behind a Fractured Region (Union-Tribune)
    • Santa Fe Considers Merging City and Regional Bus Systems (New Mexican)
    • Greenville, Ohio, Quietly Removes Bike Racks Over Mysterious "Safety" Concerns (Bluebag)
    • Meet the NYC Couple That Got Married on the Bus and Rode It to Their Reception (Bedford+Bowery)

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