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Today’s Headlines

10:07 AM EDT on July 5, 2018

    • Right-Wing Group Launches Campaign Against Detroit Regional Transit Proposal (Detroit News)
    • Durham-Orange Rail Needs $100M in Private Funding by April (Daily Tarheel)
    • Feds Say Honolulu Light Rail Is Still Short $134 Million (Civil Beat)
    • After 18 Months Trump Still Has No Infrastructure Plan (The Nation)
    • "Last Weld" Marks Finishing of Milwaukee Streetcar Tracks (Fox 6, WDJT)
    • Flood-Damaged Pittsburgh Blue Line Will Stay Closed Until August (Post-Gazette)
    • Higher Boston Parking Fines Take Effect, Will Fund Complete Streets (Mass Live)
    • Pensacola Will Build 30 Miles of Bike Lanes in Three Years (The Pulse)
    • Columbia, SC, Ditches Plans for Bike Lanes, Says Priority Is Cars (WLTX)

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