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8:55 AM EDT on September 11, 2017

    • WMATA: Death Spiral Will Continue If Larry Hogan Continues to Stonewall New Repair Funds (WAMU)
    • Pennsylvania Transit Agencies Up In Arms After State GOP Plans Funding Cuts (Post-Gazette, PlanPhilly)
    • Whoever Replaces Keith Parker as MARTA Boss Will Have a Full Plate (AJC 1, 2)
    • FHWA's New Boss Is Former Iowa DOT Chief and AASHTO President Paul Trombino (Hill, Register)
    • Bus Riders Will Suffer After Milwaukee Cuts Bus Lanes From BRT Route (Journal Sentinel)
    • Bikes Aren't Cars -- And Traffic Law Ought to Stop Treating Them That Way (WaPo)
    • Met Council: With Infill On the Rise, Twin Cities Isn't Sprawling So Fast Anymore (Pioneer Press)
    • How New Orleans's Tremé Neighborhood Is Bridging the Divide of Elevated I-10 (Next City)
    • Is Amazon's HQ Competition the Future of Cities (HBR), a Race to the Bottom (Brookings) -- Or Both?
    • After Harvey Destroyed a Million Cars, Bike Donations Sought to Keep Houston Rolling (ABC 13)

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