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9:07 AM EST on November 21, 2017

    • D.C. Metro Improves Performance, But Bus Ridership Declines (Post)
    • Columnist: Houston’s Street Design Is Even Worse Than L.A.’s (Chronicle)
    • Chicago Suburbs Redevelop Around Transit and Walkable Downtowns (Tribune)
    • Portland (KOIN) and San Antonio (Rivard Report) Mourn People Killed by Drivers
    • Students Spurn Transit for Uber and Lyft at University of Maryland (Diamondback)
    • With CEO Leaving (Free Press), Curbed Asks Readers About Future of Detroit Transit
    • Boise Will Raise Downtown Parking Rates (Idaho Statesman)
    • Seattle’s Monorail Has Been Saved -- For Now (My Northwest)
    • The Chinese Bike-Share Boom Might Be Over (Quartz)

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