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    • New Transit Opposition Group Surfaces in Nashville (WSMV)
    • Louisiana Governor Open to Tolls on Existing Interstates (Times-Picayune)
    • Tampa Transit Authority Now Planning Bus Lanes for Full 41-Mile BRT Route (TB Times)
    • MARTA Considers Extending Rail Into Clayton County (AJC)
    • St. Louis Trolley Isn’t Really a Transit Project at All (Strong Towns)
    • Albuquerque Suddenly Removes Posts Separating Bike Lane From Car Traffic (KRQE)
    • Memphis Announces Locations of First 60 Bike-Share Stations (Flyer)
    • Charlotte Looks for Alternative Route for Red Line Light Rail (WSOC)

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