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Today’s Headlines

9:50 AM EDT on March 15, 2018

    • Mayors Want Feds to Match 50 Percent of Infrastructure Project Costs (CityLab)
    • Charlotte’s Blue Line Light Rail Extension Opens Friday (Observer, WFAE)
    • Houston Paying the Price for Focusing on Freeways Over Transit (KPRC)
    • Massachusetts Transit Authorities Face State Budget Cuts (MassLive)
    • Without Regional Cooperation, Detroit Should Act on Transit Alone (Model D)
    • Workers Park on Sidewalk Near Jacksonville School, Forcing Kids Into Road (News4Jax)
    • Separated Bike Lanes Will Help Philadelphia Drivers, Too (Philly Mag)
    • Cleveland Transit Advocates Rally for Funding and Equity (Scene)
    • Pittsburgh BRT Could Lead to Steep Cuts on Other Routes (WESA)

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