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    • Pelosi: Dems Could Work With Trump on Infrastructure Next If He Keeps Word on DACA (Fox News)
    • New Yorker Looks at the Damage Cars Cause, Including to Drivers Who Unintentionally Kill Others
    • Baltimore Latest City to Worry If It's Bike-Friendly Enough for Amazon (Sun)
    • Related: Baltimore Sun Columnist Takes Larry Hogan to Task for Massive Highway Expansion
    • Meanwhile: Seattle Times Columnist Exposes Region's All-Powerful Transit Lobby
    • In a Few Years, Boston Could Get Transit Pass That Includes Bike-Share, Ride-Hail, and More (Globe)
    • With WMATA in Death Spiral, National Zoo Asks to Build More Parking (Biz Journal via GGW)
    • Judge Derails Last-Ditch Effort of Purple Line Opponents to Save the Trees, Stop the Rail (WaPo)
    • Washington Post Reviews the Four Different Dockless Bike-Share Operators in DC
    • Kansas City Suburb Calls Bikes "Nuisance," Requires Riders to Dismount (KCTV)

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