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9:03 AM EST on January 3, 2018

    • As Ridership Falls, DC Metro Mulls Complete Overhaul (WaPo)
    • Minneapolis Council Wants to Make D-Line BRT a Higher Priority (Star-Tribune)
    • Columbus’s First BRT Line Is Running and Free This Week (Underground)
    • After a Year of Scandals, Uber Takes a $20 Billion Haircut (Vanity Fair)
    • These Are the Most Dangerous Intersections in Texas (Houston Press)
    • Next City Highlights the Urban Transportation Ballot Initiatives of 2017
    • Auto Capital Michigan Tries to Catch Up on Cycling Safety Laws (WTOP)
    • Bikelash Strikes in Baltimore (WJZ)
    • Montana Traffic Deaths Fall for Second Straight Year (Missoulian)

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