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8:56 AM EDT on August 25, 2011

    • Amtrak Steams Ahead with Plans for HSR Despite GOP Calls for Privatization (TheHill)
    • Florida DOT Apologizes to Transit Board for Secret Plans to Dissolve It (Palm Beach Post)
    • Common Sense Success Story: Hawkeye Express Makes It Easier, Faster to Get to Iowa Games (GGW)
    • Another Study Showing Bike Lanes Good for Everyone, Even Motorists (Globe & Mail)
    • Arizona Concerned Transportation Waffling in DC Will Jeopardize Planned Projects (AZCentral)
    • Chicago’s Active Transportation Alliance Launches Riders for Better Transit (Chicago Tribune)
    • Study: 85 Percent of Canadians Have Never Tried Transit Or Bicycling to Work (CBC)
    • Parked in the Bike Lane? Lithuania Mayor Says Tanks Will Roll Again! (Transportation Nation)

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