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9:41 AM EDT on October 25, 2017

    • Turf Wars Break Out as Investors Pour Money Into Bike-Share (Recode)
    • D.C. Metro Track Fires Are Up Over Last Year (WTOP)
    • In Cleveland, Cyclists Win Over Trucking Interests (Plain Dealer)
    • Poll: Most Milwaukee Residents Oppose Streetcar (Fox 6 Now; WUWM)
    • New Spokane Transit Stops Cut Dwell Times in Half (Spokesman-Review)
    • Nashville Council Members Push Back on Proposed Light Rail Line (Tennessean)
    • Little Rock Pays Lip Service to Transit, But Plans Stalled Out Years Ago (KATV)
    • Diamondback: U of Maryland Shouldn’t Charge Low-Wage Workers for Parking
    • Director of Baltimore's Troubled Bike-Share Program Leaves Job (Sun)
    • He's Baa-aack: Randal O'Toole Says Transit Outside NYC Will Vanish by 2030 (San Antonio Express)

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