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    • Shuster Seeks to Head Transpo Committee, Even If Mica Wants to Stick Around (Hill, Nat'l Journal)
    • Whoever It Is, the Next Chair Faces Transpo Funding Quandary (Bloomberg)
    • Center for Transportation Excellence Offers Rundown of Transpo Ballot Measures
    • Transit Advocates Claim 70 Percent Success Rate on Election Day (Hill)
    • The Shifting Transportation Needs of Baby Boomers (AP)
    • Transportation Systems Face Big Costs to Beef Up Severe-Weather Defenses (Reuters)
    • Virginia Could Move to Performance-Based Transit Funding (Daily Press)
    • How an Exurban Office Park Nurtures a "Culture of Public Transit" (Atlantic Cities)
    • Some Want Connecticut's Transpo Boss to Make Better Sell for Bus-Only Corridor (AP)
    • Barcelona Could Raise Bike-Share Fees by 116 Percent (TreeHugger)

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