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8:55 AM EDT on April 9, 2013

    • Obama to Announce 2014 Budget Proposal This Week (NYT)
    • White House Cuts Another $232M From Transportation and Housing For 2013 (Politico)
    • USDOT Secretary Contender Anthony Foxx Rejects Mayoral Re-election Bid (Charlotte Post)
    • Frank Lautenberg Might Retire Sooner Than Expected (Politico)
    • T&I Committee Agenda Shapes Up (The Hill)
    • Margaret Thatcher's Public Transport Legacy (Next City)
    • DC Metro's Silver Line, Having Overcome Many Obstacles, Is 90% Done (WaPo)
    • NYC Citi Bike Finally Begins to Emerge (Streetsblog NYC 1, 2)
    • Salt Lake City Gets Bitten by the Bike-Share Bug (Fox13)
    • Bullet Trains Could Light Up Second-Tier Cities (Harvard Business Review)
    • Why Google Transit Will Never Be Enough for Small to Medium-Sized Systems (Human Transit)

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