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    • Kerry reveals details of upcoming Senate climate bill (Politico)
    • Conservatives anxiously eyeing LaHood's next move at U.S. DOT (Amer. Spectator)
    • Transit equity advocates painting giant red "X" on Atlanta rail cars today to protest service cuts (Creative Loafing)
    • Portland gets $2.4m grant from feds to work on new, overhead wire-free streetcar technology (Prog. RR'ing)
    • A favorable profile of Randal O'Toole's anti-rail proselytizing (Finance & Commerce)
    • A favorable profile of Shai Agassi, the Israeli businessman working on electric-car charging infrastructure (CNN)
    • Company finds success converting natural gas into diesel fuel for buses (NYT Blogs)
    • Yonah Freemark asks if the feds would know how to spend a dedicated stream of high-speed rail funding (Transport Politic)
    • Gov. McDonnell (R) starts an audit of Virginia's transportation spending (Wash Biz Jrnl)
    • FedEx and Teamsters' battle over union organizing could affect package transportation (WSJ)

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