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    • New Mayor David Briley Is Now Nashville’s Transit Champion (Tennessean)
    • Who’s to Blame for the Cincinnati Streetcar’s Struggles? (Enquirer, City Beat)
    • Political Maneuvering Could Keep Commuter Rail Out of Cobb County (AJC)
    • Revised Study Shows Uber/Lyft Drivers Make $8-$10 an Hour (Fortune)
    • Study on Expanding Miami-Dade Transit Delayed a Year (Herald, Today)
    • Temporary Portland Bike Lane That Drew 400,000 Trips Returns in May (Oregonian)
    • St. Louis Committee Will Decide How to Spend New Transit Revenue (Post-Dispatch)
    • King County Metro Adds More Buses During Peak Times (Curbed Seattle)
    • Wichita Quickly Becoming a Bike-Friendly City (Eagle)
    • Birmingham Passes Complete Streets Policy (News)

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