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8:59 AM EST on January 30, 2018

    • Politico Compares Trump’s Infrastructure Plan to the Hunger Games
    • Democrats: The Money’s Not Enough, and Where Will It Come From? (Bloomberg)
    • Safety Concerns Are Critics’ Latest Tactic to Threaten Florida’s Brightline (Guardian)
    • Low-Income Boston Residents Can Now Use SNAP to Rent Bikes (AP)
    • Tucson Is Writing a Complete Streets Policy (Arizona Daily Star)
    • Ped/Bike Bridge to Seattle Train Station Is Years Behind Schedule (Seattle Times)
    • Mayor Landrieu Wants More Control Over New Orleans Transit (Advocate)
    • Chattanooga Study: Use Parking Efficiently Before Building More (Chattanoogan)
    • Dallas Suburbs Anxious to Avoid Dallas’s Bike-Share Clutter (News)
    • The Strangest Places People in Dallas Have Found Dockless Bikes (Bicycling)

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