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7:55 AM EDT on June 1, 2010

    • U.S. DOT's new "TIGER II" grant program is encouraging Texas state DOT officials to hope the second time is a charm when it comes to funding a fix for an aging rail intersection ... (Star-Telegram)
    • ... and Washington D.C. city officials to hope for new bike-share funding ... (DC Biz Jrnl)
    • ... and northwestern Tennessee officials to try again for their riverport proposal (NWTN Today)
    • Transport expert Rob Puentes on the political momentum of "livability" (TNR's The Avenue)
    • New York state officials ink high-speed rail pact with CSX (Buff. News)
    • IBM CEO calls for a renewed focus on U.S. infrastructure policy (Chronicle)
    • The tale of transit taxes collected with no benefit for travelers in Birmingham, Alabama (B'ham News)
    • Adventure Cycling Association eyes Midwestern bicycle trail passing through Michigan (AP)
    • Officials in Connecticut, other New England states plan local meetings on commuter rail (

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