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10:19 AM EDT on October 27, 2017

    • Larry Hogan Escalates Feud With D.C. Metro Board Chairman (WTOP)
    • MARTA Mulls Expansion as New Tax Dollars Start to Roll In (WABE)
    • Dallas Residents Sick and Tired of Waiting for the Bus All Day (Morning News)
    • KY Gov. Matt Bevin Really Wants That Cincinnati Sprawl (Enquirer)
    • Audit Recommends Ways to Improve Honolulu Roads for Bikes (Civil Beat)
    • West Massachusetts Lawmakers Back High-Speed Rail to Boston (Edge)
    • TOD Construction Starts Near Planned St. Louis Light Rail Stop (KSTP)
    • 16 States Let $60 Million in Safe Routes to School Grants Go to Waste (Mobility Lab)
    • Don’t Want to Pay Seattle’s Transit Tax? Buy a Monster Truck (Times)
    • Sydney’s Answer to Sprawl: Divide Itself Into Three (Next City)

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