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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EST on November 16, 2017

    • Supposedly, Trump's Infrastructure Bill Is Being Written Now (The Hill)
    • Seattle’s Investment in Transit Has Been Good for Business (Mobility Lab)
    • DC and MD Split With VA on LaHood Plan to Replace Metro Board (Post)
    • Cincinnati’s SORTA Faces Cuts (Enquirer) Because Its Buses Are Old (WCPO)
    • Transit Agencies Should Turn Parking Into Affordable Housing (Fast Company)
    • Phoenix Considers Offering Social Services to the Homeless on Trains (ABC 15)
    • Kansas City Streetcar Looks to Expand North (Star)
    • Omaha Officials Say Streetcar Will Bring Jobs Back to Downtown (World-Herald)
    • Want to Ride the Minneapolis Metro on Super Bowl Sunday? That'll Be $2,500 (City Paper)

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