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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on March 12, 2018

    • Ryan: Easier to Pass Infrastructure Package If It’s Broken Up Into 5 or 6 Bills (Bloomberg)
    • Virginia Passes Historic $154M D.C. Metro Funding Plan (Post, WTOC)
    • New MARTA CEO Takes Over While Atlanta Transit’s at Crossroads (AJC)
    • Baltimore Subway Reopens Today After Month-Long “Emergency” Repairs (Sun)
    • More Coverage of Police Beating of Black Pedestrian in Asheville (The RootABC News, News & Observer)
    • Latest Report Declares Omaha Streetcar “Feasible” (World-Herald)
    • Downtown Charleston Workers Oppose Parking Rate Hike (City Paper)
    • Seattle Times Reporter Dodges Traffic in New Bike Lane
    • Ann Arbor Looks for New Bike-Share Operator (MLive)
    • Boston Truckers Concern Troll Cyclists (Herald)

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