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9:22 AM EST on November 30, 2017

    • After State Objects, Montgomery County Prez Pushes for Dedicated Metro Funding (Post)
    • Meanwhile, Unions and Dems Propose Beefing Up Federal Funding for Metro (Post)
    • MBTA Mulls Adding Stop to Boston’s Green Line (Cambridge Day)
    • The Hill Catches on That Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is Probably a Chimera
    • Implementing Vision Zero in U.S. Is Hard Because Drivers Have the Votes (Treehugger)
    • Baltimore Transit Chief: City Should Get Tough on Bus Lane Parkers (Biz Journal)
    • Philadelphia Cabbies: If You Can’t Beat Ride-Hailing Apps, Join ‘Em (Voice)
    • California Increases Bike/Ped Funding, and Sacramento Wants Its Share (Capitol Weekly)
    • Cincinnati Transit Struggles With Funding, Reliability (City Beat)
    • Decision on St. Paul Streetcar Route Coming Next Month (Pioneer Press)

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