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9:22 AM EST on February 26, 2018

    • Trump Infrastructure Plan Unlikely to Spur Investment (NYT)
    • Mnuchin: Yes, the White House Is Considering Raising Gas Tax (Reuters)
    • Ride-Hailing Services Are Reducing the Demand for Parking (Fortune)
    • San Antonio Traffic Deaths Fell Last Year After Spiking in 2016 (Express News)
    • Bill Would Throw Up Roadblocks to Building Protected Bike Lanes (Philly Voice)
    • Pittsburgh Will Build $195M BRT Line With or Without the Feds (Next City)
    • Businesses Ask Maryland for Help During Purple Line Construction (WaPost)
    • Tucson Police Respond to Drivers Killing Pedestrians by Ticketing Pedestrians (KVOA)
    • New Downtown Seattle Hotel Has No Parking (My Northwest)
    • Toronto Fare Inspector Suspended for Pinning Down Teen (Sun)

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