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    • The Federal Transportation Trust Fund Is Still Going Broke Under Trump’s Plan (NBC)
    • Cyclists Are At the Mercy of Drivers Even When They Follow the Law (Bicycling)
    • Lawmakers Inch Closer to Dedicated Funding Source for DC Metro (Post)
    • Whether It’s BRT or Rail, It Must Be Fast and Frequent, Experts Tell Tampa Bay Times
    • Transit Boosters Raised $1.3M to Back Nashville Referendum (Tennessean)
    • Nashville Transit Opponents Have No Alternative, Critics Say (Fox 17)
    • Agency Funds 10 Philadelphia-Area Bike/Ped Projects (Inquirer)
    • Olympia Plan Will Widen Sidewalks, Add Bike Lanes Downtown (The Olympian)
    • Waco’s On-Demand Transit Service Threatened by Funding Cuts (Tribune)
    • Lyft Stole Riders’ Data, Too (Slate)

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