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10:39 AM EDT on May 10, 2018

    • States Are Filling the Infrastructure Void Left By the Feds (Bloomberg)
    • From Coast to Coast, Motorist Entitlement Dies Hard (City Lab)
    • Report Suggests Ride-Hailing Supplements Rather Than Replaces Transit (Curbed)
    • Alexandria Scales Back New DC Metro Station to Save Money (Post)
    • Broward Vote Is the End of the Line for Fort Lauderdale Streetcar (Sun Sentinel)
    • Dallas Considers Charging Bike-Shares to Clean Up "Bike Clutter" (WFAA)
    • Plan for Cambridge, MA Square Doesn’t Include Bike Lane People Wanted (Day)
    • Madison, WI Mayor Vetoes Plan for Bike Lane Buffers (State Journal)
    • Louisiana Senate Curbs Regulations on Ride-Hailing Apps (Times-Picayune)
    • St. Louis Transit Advocate: Funding Cuts Hurt the Poor (Post-Dispatch)
    • Stop (Morning News)

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