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3:32 PM EDT on June 4, 2018

    • FTA Gives States Hit by Hurricanes $277 Million to Rebuild Transit Systems (RT&S)
    • Court Rules Uber and Lyft Should Release Passenger Data to City (Seattle Times)
    • Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging KC Streetcar Vote (Biz Journal)
    • The Case for Traffic Signals That Give Buses Priority (City Lab)
    • Driver Challenges Legality of Baltimore Bus Lanes (WBAL)
    • Business Group Slams Seattle Mayor for Installing Bike Lanes (KTTH)
    • Drivers Hit Seven Cyclists in Charlotte Last Week, Prompting Calls for Safer Streets (WSOC)
    • Norfolk Light Rail Hits 10 Million Passengers in Seventh Year (Virginian-Pilot)

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