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    • Nashville Public Radio Breaks Down Funding for Transit Expansion
    • Memphis Trolleys Will Roll Out Again Next Week (Business Journal)
    • Lexington (Herald Leader) and South Bend (WSBT) Test Traffic-Calming Measures
    • Buffalo’s New Train Station Lacks Connectivity (Buffalo Rising)
    • Savannah Plays Catchup on Bike Safety Measures Like Green Lanes (WJCL)
    • Five Options Unveiled for West Seattle Light Rail (West Seattle Blog)
    • Tips for Tourists on How to Get Around Portland Without a Car (Oregonian)

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