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Today’s Headlines

10:11 AM EST on February 22, 2018

    • Koch-Backed Groups Preemptively Come Out Against Gas Tax Hike (Bloomberg)
    • Sound Transit Releases Flyover Video of Future Ballard-West Seattle Route (Times)
    • Suburbs Try to Figure Out How to Hook Into Nashville Transit (WSMV)
    • Fight Continues Over Whether to Make Major Asheville Road More or Less Dangerous (Citizen-Times)
    • Savannah Has Fallen Behind on Bike Infrastructure (Connect Savannah, WJCL)
    • New Oregon Trail Will Take Cyclists Off the Interstate (Portland Tribune)
    • Durham Offers Affordable Housing Incentives Near Light Rail Stops (News & Observer)
    • Columbus Starts Rolling Out Free Bus Passes for Downtown Workers (Business First)
    • Bike-Share Comes to Butler County, OH (Journal-News) and New Haven, CT (WFSB); San Antonio’s Rebrands (KSAT) and Pittsburgh’s Expands (Tribune-Review)

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