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8:55 AM EDT on September 28, 2017

    • Equitable Road Pricing: Portland Peak-Hour Drivers Are The Wealthiest Commuters (City Observatory)
    • License Suspensions for Unpaid Fines and Fees Hit America's Car-Dependent Poor Hardest (Slate)
    • CityLab Looks at Larry Hogan's Highway Building Bonanza and Comes Away Unimpressed
    • Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez Reverses Course, Finds $13 Million to Prevent Bus, Rail Cuts (Herald)
    • Meanwhile: Miami-Dade Commissioners Push Metrorail Expansion Over Mayor's BRT Plan (Herald)
    • Ridership Falls on Detroit's QLINE Streetcar After Fare-Free Period Comes to Close (Free Press)
    • Ohio Legislature's Plan to Ease Governor's Cuts to Transit Funds Still Leaves Gap (Plain Dealer)
    • Suburban Atlanta State Legislator Sees Liberal Plot in Cobb County Transit, Development Plan (AJC)
    • 20's Plenty: Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass., Lowers Downtown Speed Limit (Gloucester Times)
    • Libertarians Not Thrilled With Trump Backing Away From Private Infrastructure Financing (Reason)

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