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    • San Antonio Express-News Endorses ConnectSA Transit Plan
    • Massachusetts Transit Systems Ask for More State Aid (Boston Globe)
    • D.C. Metro Develops New Track Test That Could Prevent Derailments (WTOP)
    • Uber Adds Background Checks and Panic Button After Years of Resistance (LA Times)
    • Ford Says It Will Ramp Up Autonomous Car Production by 2021 (Engadget)
    • Greenville, SC’s $300M Transpo Plan Is Mostly Roads (News)
    • Hampton Roads Eliminates Two Proposed Light-Rail Routes (Virginian-Pilot)
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