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9:05 AM EST on February 6, 2018

    • Trump Administration Wants to Expedite Road Expansion Projects (USA Today)
    • Quartz Questions Whether Ride-Hailing Services Are Out to Kill Public Transit
    • Suburbanites Mad About Paying More to Park at Metro Stations (WaPo)
    • Mayor Landrieu Doubts Trump Infrastructure Plan Will Help Rebuild New Orleans (AP)
    • Fort Lauderdale Mayor: Wave Is Key Cog in Future Transit System (Sun Sentinel)
    • Cleveland Transit Advocates Propose Uber and Lyft Tax to Fund Buses (Plain Dealer)
    • Aspen, CO, Looks to Extend Free Transit and Bike-Share Programs (Aspen Times)
    • Maryland Transit Will Equip More Baltimore Buses With GPS (Baltimore Sun)
    • Tampa Bay Times: Closing Bayshore Is “Extreme,” But Tampa Needs Car-Free Zones
    • Bike-Share Closer to Launching in St. Louis, Memphis, and Blacksburg, VA (St. Louis Public Radio, Commercial Appeal, Roanoke Times)

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