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8:55 AM EDT on September 27, 2017

    • Surprise! Private Financing, Cornerstone of Infrastructure "Plan," No Longer Interests Trump (WaPo)
    • America Gets an "F" on Making Walkable Cities and Towns (Fast Company)
    • PlanPhilly Finds Mayor Jim Kenney Isn't Keeping His Promise to Build 30 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes
    • Hampton Roads Transit Proposes More Service on Key Bus Routes, But There's No Funding (Virginian-Pilot)
    • Cincinnati the Latest City to Fret If Its Transit System Is Good Enough for Amazon (
    • Pittsburgh Bus Rapid Transit Line Added to Long-Term Regional Plan (WESA)
    • This Transport Politic Post on Platform Doors Is Actually About Dysfunction in U.S. Transit Management
    • Atlanta Mayoral Candidates See Bike Lanes and Gentrification as One and the Same (AJC)
    • People-Protected Bike Lanes Coming to Naito Parkway in Portland (Willamette Week)
    • CEO of "The Traffic Group" Thinks Larry Hogan's Highway Expansions Are a Good Idea (Baltimore Sun)

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