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9:40 AM EDT on October 2, 2017

    • Majority of Americans Agree That Climate Change Is Making Hurricanes Worse (WaPo)
    • DC Isn't Keeping Up With Demand for Bike Infrastructure (NYT)
    • What Eight Years of Chris Christie Hath Wrought for NJ Transit Riders (Record)
    • People in Detroit Just Want More Buses, Not Expensive Streetcars (City Lab)
    • Pittsburgh BRT Plan May Result in Service Cuts for Low-Income Suburbs (Post-Gazette)
    • Minneapolis Seeks to Allay Concerns About Southwest Line Crash Wall (Star Tribune; Post)
    • Niagara Transpo Authority Envisions Fancy New Bus Station With Link to Rail (Buffalo News)
    • Why Is Fresno Taking So Long to Get BRT Online? (Stop and Move)
    • Sacramento Tries Out Parking-Protected Bike Lanes (Bee)
    • Residents Want Portland to Make Downtown Bikeway Permanent (KATU)

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