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News Roundup: Not Really News

Seattle ready to waive some environmental process for infill development. Stabbing at TIBS. Fourth Avenue quietly gets a bus lane. ST survey shows that Link riders mostly walk to the train, and most of the rest take the bus. Riders are also disproportionately poor. Not really news, and I’m not one to hit a news […]
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