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    • Will Megan Barry's Resignation Affect Nashville Transit Vote? (WSMV)
    • Lawmakers Screwed Up the Seattle Car Tab Debacle Again (The Stranger)
    • Cincinnati Streetcar Ridership Is Crashing, With No Fix in Sight (Enquirer)
    • Mobility Lab Talks With U of Oregon Planner About Future of Cities
    • Lyft Gets Great PR Contrasting Itself With Scandal-Ridden Uber (CNN)
    • Bike Commuters Push for Bike Parking and Showers in Charlotte Buildings (Bisnow)
    • Arlington Replaces Its Short-Lived Bus Service With Ride-Hailing App (CBS)
    • Blind People Are Tripping Over Dallas’s Dockless Bike-Share Bikes (Observer)
    • Trimet Rolls Out Three New Bus Routes in Portland (KXL)
    • Omaha Will Release Streetcar Feasibility Study Next Week (World-Herald)
    • 190 Miles of Greenville, SC, Streets Lack Sidewalks (Journal)

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