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8:58 AM EST on January 25, 2018

    • Trump Infrastructure Plan Leans Heavily on Cities and States (Governing)
    • Koch-Backed Group Will Try to Defeat Nashville Transit Referendum (Tennessean)
    • Gimenez Blames Absentee Workers -- Not Funding Cuts -- for Dirty Miami Trains (Herald)
    • Metro Detroit Leaders Want to Improve Transit But Don’t Know How (MLive)
    • Downtown Atlanta Development Could Kill Plans for Future Rail (ThreadATL)
    • State Will Fund Downtown Dallas Streetcar Extension (Dallas News)
    • Nonprofit Will Bring Bikes to Underserved San Antonio Neighborhood (Texas Public Radio)
    • St. Louis Group Lobbies City to Fill Bike/Ped Coordinator Position (NextSTL)
    • Asheville Council Criticizes Car-Centric Plan to Widen Main Road (Citizen-Times)
    • MassBike: Police Should Have Charged Driver in Cyclist’s 2015 Death (Boston Globe)
    • CNBC Compiles the Dirt on Ousted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick

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