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10:43 AM EST on January 9, 2018

    • Does Trump Support Public-Private Partnerships or Not? (WaPo)
    • Major Transit Projects in Boston, Miami, St. Louis, and Elsewhere Open in 2018 (Transport Politic)
    • Tampa Bay Times: Legislature Shouldn’t Attach Strings to Transit Funding
    • MARTA’s All-New Train Cars Will Have Wi-Fi (WABE)
    • Bike Group Calls for Complete Streets in New Orleans (The Lens)
    • Post and Courier Wants New Leadership on Charleston Transit Board
    • Fresno Council Member Proposes Spending Rail Money on Roads (ABC 30)
    • FTA Still Won’t Release Funding for Honolulu Rail System (City Beat)
    • Phoenix Residents Favor Trees Over Sidewalks (Mail Tribune)
    • Bike/Ped Path Is Last Part of Eugene Interchange Left to Finish (Register-Guard)

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