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8:24 AM EDT on June 30, 2011

    • Largest-Ever Federal Rail Loan Helps Amtrak Buy 70 Locomotives (JOC)
    • Beijing-to-Shanghai HSR Line Debuts Today (AFP)
    • FL Transpo Chief: If We Build Transit, How Will We Afford to Keep Building Roads? (Transpo Nation)
    • LaHood Backs Off Push For 56.2 MPH Fuel Standard (Detroit Free Press)
    • Labor Is Coming Up With Its Own Money to Fuel Building Projects (Bloomberg)
    • How to Write a Successful Sustainable Communities Grant, in 5 Simple Steps (Reconnecting America)
    • Tysons Corner a Model of Suburban Retrofitting? Some Developers Haven't Gotten the Memo (GGW)
    • Recession Hits Transit Budgets Despite Rising Need (Daily Citizen)
    • Detroit Takes Important Step Away From Autocentrism, Selects Light Rail Route (Detroit News)
    • A Successful Bike-Transit Mix Can Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (BikePortland)
    • If We Can't Sell U.S. Cars Here, Let's Sell Them in Poor, War-Torn Countries (The Hill)

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