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9:01 AM EDT on October 24, 2017

    • Small Businesses Urge DC Metro to Expand Service and Lower Fares (Post)
    • Seattle Council Members Skeptical of New Streetcar (KIRO)
    • Bikelash Hits Twin Cities as Bike Lanes Spread (Star Tribune)
    • Utah Legislators Can't Agree on Transit Reforms (Deseret News)
    • Next City Dives Into U.S.'s Only Private High-Speed Rail: Florida's Brightline
    • Study: Self-Driving Cars Will Lead to Denser City Cores AND More Sprawl (The Drive)
    • Omaha Transit Buys 28 Smoother, Cleaner New Buses (World-Herald)
    • Art Project Leads to Return of Streetcars to El Paso and Juarez (T4America)
    • The “Complaining About Bike Clutter” Craze Comes to Dallas (NBC 5)
    • Wait, Is the Maryland Hyperloop Leg Actually Happening? (Post; WAMU)

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