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9:32 AM EDT on October 30, 2017

    • Purple Line, Board Reforms Move Forward as Maryland-Metro Feud Ends (Post)
    • Seattle Ditches Broadway Bike Lane Along With Streetcar Extension (Capitol Hill Seattle)
    • Portland Residents Seek to Repurpose Parking for Buffered Bike Lanes (Bike Portland)
    • Provo’s “Giant Wall of Parking” Divides Downtown (Strong Towns)
    • Maryland Light Rail Advocates Aghast at Transpo Chief’s Support for BRT (Independent)
    • Residents Get Sneak Peak at San Diego’s Bike-Friendly Future (Times-Union)
    • Milwaukee Mayor Says Public Will Get Onboard With Unpopular Streetcar (WPR)
    • Pittsburgh Delays Light-Rail Cashless Fare System Until April (Post-Gazette)
    • Nebraska Is America’s Least Bike-Friendly State (Lincoln Journal Star)
    • Boston Councilor Proposes Residential Parking Fee to Fund Safer Streets (Globe)

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