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Today’s Headlines

1:50 PM EDT on April 13, 2018

    • Transit Opponents Are Spreading Misinformation Ahead of Nashville Vote (Tennessean)
    • And No One Knows Where Their Money Is Coming From (Tennessean)
    • Uber Will Add Transit, Rental Cars, and Bike-Share to App (The Verge, Tech Crunch)
    • Uber Also Gearing Up to Take Control of Curbs, and Cities Should Fight Back (Curbed)
    • Did Seattle Mayor Make a Big Mistake by Halting Streetcar Work? (The Stranger)
    • Construction on Indianapolis BRT Could Start Any Day Now (CBS 4)
    • Portland Reduces Speed Limit Where Two Pedestrians Were Killed (Oregonian)
    • Orange County, NC, Commission Candidates Disagree on Light Rail (News & Observer)
    • San Antonio Mayor Favors BRT Over Light Rail for Transit Referendum (KTSA)
    • Meet the Go-To Lobbyist for Sprawl-Loving Tampa Developers (TB Times)
    • Labour: Divert Road Funds to Free Bus Rides for Brits Under 25 (The Guardian)

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