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9:02 AM EDT on June 16, 2011

    • Amtrak CEO Says GOP Privatization Plan Would Be the End of Amtrak (The Hill)
    • Without More Federal Funds, DC Metro Chief Warns of Possible Safety Backslide (WaPo)
    • OPEC Says Oil Prices Won't Return to 2008 Highs (Land Line)
    • Republican Senator Wants to Eliminate Tax Breaks For Energy Companies (WaPo)
    • What's an Energy Master Plan Without Transportation? (
    • Cato on T4America Report on Stranded Seniors: So What? Seniors Don't Take Transit.
    • Gabe Klein Is Bringing DC-Style Pedestrian Advances to Chicago (Alt Transport)
    • Amtrak Ridership Along Planned California HSR Route Hits Record Numbers (Transpo Nation)
    • Montreal's Bicycle Renaissance is Causing a New Problem: Bike Congestion (Montreal Gazette)
    • Maximizing TOD Doesn't Have to Mean 18-Story Buildings (GGW)
    • The Negative Safety Consequences of Airline-Style Security (Infrastructurist)
    • A Personal-Finance Argument for Commuting By Bike (Forbes)

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