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8:59 AM EDT on September 20, 2012

    • Mica Set to Grill Amtrak Today (Transpo Nation)
    • Feds OK First Step for California Bullet Train (LAT, Reuters)
    • Transpo Issues Daily Examines Potential $1.5B in Transpo Cuts
    • Virginia Gets Funds for 11 Miles of High-Speed Rail (WaPo, Transpo Nation)
    • Transpo Union Criticizes Romney's "47 Percent" Line (The Hill)
    • It's Car-Free Day Sept. 22, But Why Is There No Car-Free WEEK? (Grist)
    • D.C.'s Growing Capital Bikeshare Turns Two Today (WashCycle)
    • NE High-Speed Rail Could Cut Service for Some in Connecticut (The Day)
    • Less Walkable Neighborhood = Higher Risk of Diabetes (Atlantic Cities)
    • Columbus, Mississippi Takes First Dive Into Public Transpo (AP)
    • New Apple Maps Leave Public Transit to Third-Party Apps (TechCrunch)
    • AT&T Chief Exec Says Laws and Enforcement Needed to Curb Motorist Texting (NYT)

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