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    • D.C. Metro Needs $15 Billion for Repairs, Let Alone New Projects (WaPo)
    • Thousands Ride Charlotte Blue Line on Opening Weekend (WSOC)
    • Anti-Tax Zealot Opposes Nashville Transit Referendum (Forbes)
    • Without Transit, Atlanta Beltline Will Gentrify, Founder Ryan Gravel Says
    • Major Birmingham Commercial Corridor Will Become Complete Street (AL.com)
    • Operating Costs for Seattle Streetcar on the Rise (Seattle Times)
    • Complete Streets Helped Turn Around Downtown South Bend (Tribune)
    • Dockless Bike-Share Companies Take a Gradual Approach to Expansion in U.S. Cities (Reuters)
    • Former CDC Planner Lists 10 Ways to Design Healthier Cities (Urban Milwaukee)

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