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Today’s Headlines

1:45 PM EDT on April 12, 2018

    • It’s Business as Usual on Infrastructure in Congress (Roll Call)
    • WaPo Fact-Checkers Found Dozens of Inaccuracies in Trump’s Infrastructure Speech
    • Nashville Mayor’s Resignation Has Emboldened Transit Opponents (Biz Journal)
    • WPLN and WSMV Have Explainers on Nashville Transit Referendum
    • Virginia Gov Northam Changes Metro Funding Source to Maintain NoVa Road Money (Richmond Dispatch)
    • Broward Commission Delays Vote on Wave Streetcar Funding (Sun Sentinel)
    • Charlotte Offers Transit Riders Last-Mile Discounts on Lyft (Observer)
    • None of Seattle’s City Council Members Drive Alone to Work (Seattle Times)
    • Court Rules France Can Charge Uber With Running Illegal Taxi Service (CNBC)
    • News of Transit’s Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated (Bloomberg)

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