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Today’s Headlines

9:02 AM EST on December 21, 2017

    • Federal Court Allows Purple Line to Move Forward (Post, Reuters)
    • Council Delays Minneapolis’s Southwest Line Again (Star Tribune)
    • Cincy Transit Leaders Resign as Pressure Builds to Improve SORTA (WCPO)
    • Dedicated Bus Lane Cuts Boston Trip Time by Four Minutes (Globe)
    • Dallas Considers Regulating Dockless Bike-Share (Morning News)
    • Ann Arbor Master Plan Includes Three-Mile, $55M Urban Trail (MLive)
    • Positive Train Control Isn't Ready on Amtrak Cascades, TriMet (KATU)
    • San Diego Could Improve Transit by Boosting Its Low Subsidies (Voice of SD)
    • Philly Mag Writer Hates Philadelphia’s Parking Ticket Amnesty Period
    • EU Court Rules Uber Is a Taxi, Not Tech, Company (WaPo)

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