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    • Rep. Denham Vows to Keep Blocking California Bullet Train (The Hill)
    • LaHood Heading to Detroit for Light-Rail Announcement  (Detroit Free Press, AP)
    • In D.C., LaHood Says "Things Look Good" for Silver Line Loan (Transpo Nation)
    • More Gas Tax Talk As States Grapple With Budget Woes: PAMINHWY...
    • Kansas City to Vote Today on Moving Funds to Multi-Modal Downtown Transpo Study (KC Biz Journal)
    • How the Feds Are Making Transit Better (Atlantic Cities)
    • AASHTO Wants to See $50M Bond Program for Transpo Projects (Transport Topics)
    • Bikes Make Their Way Into Detroit Auto Show (CS Monitor, AP)
    • Why Do People Give Up on Transit? (Governing)
    • Someone in Indianapolis Doesn't Get That Transit Can Spur Density (Indy Star)
    • Smart Growth Seattle Launches

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