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9:35 AM EST on February 21, 2018

    • Maryland Knew Baltimore Metro Needed ‘Emergency Repairs’ in November (Sun)
    • Nashville Transit Opponents Take to the Airwaves (Tennessean)
    • Even Transit-Friendly Seattle Isn’t Immune to Bikelash (KOMO)
    • Boston’s Green Line Leads the Nation in Light-Rail Derailments (Herald)
    • Arizona Gives Waymo First Driverless Ride-Hailing Permit in U.S. (Bloomberg)
    • Charlotte Residents Mad About Streetcar Construction (WSOC)
    • Amazon Failure Shows Detroit Is Behind Other Cities on Transit (WXYZ)
    • St. Louis Experiments With On-Demand Downtown Shuttles (Next City)

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