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9:40 AM EDT on June 19, 2018

    • How the Oil Billionaire Koch Brothers Attack Transit Projects Around the Country (NYT)
    • NoVa Will Spend $1.3 Billion on Road Projects (WTOP)
    • Pittsburgh Considers Lowering Speed Limits, Adding Bike Lanes (WPXI)
    • Future Tri-Rail Station Draws Development to Palm Beach (Palm Beach Post)
    • New Orleans Bike Rental Businesses Oppose Bike-Share (WDSU)
    • Massachusetts Town Appeals State Bike Lane Project (Mass Live)
    • Transit Agencies Should Provide First/Last Mile Service (Mobility Lab)
    • Influx of E-Scooters Causes Confusion in Charlotte (Observer)
    • Tampa-Area Residents Blame Crash Victims, Not Drivers Who Killed Them (WFTS)
    • Utah Wants to Wring More Revenue From Transit Riders (Salt Lake Tribune)

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