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9:21 AM EDT on October 16, 2017

    • Metro Board Chair Holds Purple Line Hostage; Under Pressure to Resign (WTOP)
    • The Fight for Better Transit Is a Fight for Racial Equality (City Lab)
    • St. Paul Streetcar Still Six Years Away From Construction (Twin Cities Business)
    • Lack of Bike Lanes Forces San Diego Cyclists Onto Sidewalks (Union-Tribune)
    • Baltimore Relaunched Its Troubled Bike-Share Program on Sunday (Sun)
    • Rapid Flashing Beacons Installed at East Boston Crosswalks (Times-Free Press)
    • Taos-Area Cities Launch Fare-Free Rural Transit Routes (Taos News)
    • Washington Zoo Will Build New Parking Deck Rather Than Promote Transit (Post)
    • Just a Tiny Fraction of Houston Road Bond Will Go to Bike Projects (Press)
    • Carlos Gimenez Is Letting Miami-Dade Transit Go to the Dogs (Herald)

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