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8:58 AM EDT on October 10, 2017

    • Nine Months In, Trump Infrastructure Plan Still MIA (NPR)
    • Twin Cities Aim to Take 50,000 Cars Off the Road Within 10 Years (Next City)
    • Larry Hogan’s $9 Billion Freeway Plan Won’t Help Baltimore Commuters (Next City)
    • Purple Line Opponents Want Chevy Chase to Bankroll Lawsuit (Bethesda Mag)
    • Federal Cuts Have Reached a "Crisis" for Madison, WI Transit (The Cap Times)
    • Hillsborough Transit CEO Calls Funding “Woefully Inadequate” (SaintPetersBlog)
    • Trail, Bike-Share, Streetscape Improvements Coming to Indianapolis Suburb (Star)
    • Breaking: Drivers Mad About Kansas City Bike Lanes (WKSHB)
    • America's First Bike Lane Was Built in Davis, CA, 50 Years Ago (The Aggie)
    • Will Dockless Systems Turn American Bike-Share on Its Head? (Gant Daily)

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