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9:38 AM EST on November 29, 2017

    • Seattle Transit Ridership Is Growing Faster Than Any Other City (Biz Journal)
    • Montgomery County, Maryland, Unveils Design for New BRT Stations (WaPost)
    • D.C. Program Gives Low-Income Riders Bike-Share Discounts (Mobility Lab)
    • Milwaukee Board Reviews Potential Designs for Streetcar Stops (Urban Milwaukee)
    • Repaving Project on Major Buffalo Artery Will Include Bike Lanes (Buffalo Rising)
    • Once Called a Boondoggle, Charlotte Light Rail Has Been a Success (Observer)
    • Eugene, Oregon, Releases Vision Zero Plan (News Tribune)
    • WESA Explains Pittsburgh’s Complete Streets Policy
    • Paris Mayor Proposes Car-Free Bridges Over Seine (Next City)
    • Drivers Playing Pokemon Go Caused Millions in Damage—in Just One County (The Verge)

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