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    • Are Some City Residents "Ditching" Cars, or Can They Just Not Afford Them? (Governing)
    • It’s Been 322 Days. VICE Colorfully Asks, Where Is Trump’s Infrastructure Plan?
    • Google Maps Will Tell Transit Users When to Get Off (Tech Crunch)
    • D.C. Metro’s Red-Line Outsourcing Could Be a Sign of Things to Come (Post)
    • Ohio Now Contributes Just $7 Million to Public Transit (Crain’s Cleveland)
    • World-Herald Looks at Cincinnati and Kansas City’s Streetcars, and Omaha’s Own History
    • Oklahoma City Officials Celebrate Restoration of 1930s Train Station (NewsOK)
    • PennDOT Finishes Bike Lanes on Three Philly-Area Highways (Daily Local News)
    • Crosscut Test-Drives Seattle’s New Bike-Shares
    • Didi Chuxing, China’s Uber, Is Coming to the U.S. (The Drive)

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