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8:54 AM EDT on September 27, 2012

    • Lessons for the GOP From Bush's Attempt to Privatize Amtrak (Bloomberg)
    • EPA Offers Assistance for Stuff Like Smart Growth, Bike Shares
    • Gov. Romney vs. Potential Prez Romney: Two Visions of Sustainable Growth (NRDC Action Fund)
    • The Top Five Transpo Issues of the Moment, According to Talking Transportation
    • Atlanta Transit Coalition Concerned Over Hiring Process for New Chief (CBS Atlanta)
    • Save the Date: "Mapping Out MAP-21" Conference at Rutgers (Mobilizing the Region)
    • Seattle Preps for "Largest Service Change in History" for Transit (
    • Tel Aviv Sees Bike Rental Frenzy on Yom Kippur (Haaretz)
    • How Will Virginians Get Around in 2040? (InsideNova)
    • CNET Tests Apple Maps vs. Google Maps on Transit Directions (Spoiler Alert: Google Wins)
    • Rail Fans Stake Out Tracks for Acela High-Speed Test Runs (TransNat)

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