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    • Atlanta Expanding Transit as Ridership Declines (AJC)
    • DC Should Make Stanley Cup Traffic Restrictions Permanent (Mobility Lab)
    • Lawsuit Challenges Seattle Light Rail Expansion (KOMO, KIRO, Weekly)
    • Who Knew What When About NoVa Metro Station Cuts? (Washington Post)
    • Feds Give Wisconsin $160 Million for I-94 Construction (Journal Times)
    • Charlotte Plans to Close Gap in Bike/Walking Path Along Blue Line (Observer)
    • FTA Wants Hawaii to Sell Light-Rail Bonds It Doesn’t Need (Civil Beat)
    • Investors Wary of Plan to Cap Atlanta Freeway With Park (Curbed)
    • Oregon Transit Agency Cuts and Simplifies Fares (Daily Astorian)
    • An E-Scooter Skeptic Is Converted (NYT)

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