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    • Small Changes Led to Big Spike in Seattle Transit Ridership (The Atlantic)
    • Nashville Mayor Proposes Ambitious $5 Billion Transit Plan (Tennessean)
    • Latest Iteration of I-66 Still Includes Bike Path Right Next to D.C. Freeway (WTOP)
    • Detroit Bike-Share Hits 100,000 Rides; Plans Spring Expansion (Freep; Curbed)
    • Regional Bike-Share Will Serve 16 Boston-Area Towns (Wicked Local Concord)
    • Crowd-Sourced Map of D.C.’s Least Accessible Sidewalks Is Almost Done (Curbed)
    • Emanuel Will Tax Uber and Lyft to Pay for Chicago Transit (Sun-Times)
    • Coalition Backs Rail Connection to Philadelphia Suburb (Inquirer)
    • Seattle Streetcar Extension Halted Indefinitely (Capitol Hill Times)
    • Will Dockless Bike-Share Spell the End of Municipal Programs? (HuffPost)

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