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10:25 AM EST on February 1, 2018

    • Economists Ask Cities Not to Give Away the Farm to Amazon (Seattle Times)
    • Trump's Infrastructure Plan Is Just Like His Hotel Business (Vanity Fair)
    • Northeastern Towns Try to Bring Back Regional Rail (Governing)
    • Curbed Atlanta Has an Update on MARTA’s New Transit-Oriented Developments
    • Despite Gripes, It’s Too Soon to Regulate Dallas Bike-Shares (D Magazine)
    • New Bike Lanes Coming to Memphis (Flyer) and Colorado Springs (Gazette)
    • Charlotte Observer Breaks Down the Lynx Blue Line Extension Opening in March
    • San Antonio’s Long-Dead Streetcar Still an Issue in GOP Politics (Express News)
    • Philadelphia Opens Homeless Services Center in Train Station (Inquirer)
    • Indiana House Votes to Lift Light-Rail Ban (WISH, WFYI)

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