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    • Maryland Wants Federal Support for Two Big Light Rail Projects (Baltimore Sun)
    • Pennsylvania Senate Plan Would Raise Gas Tax, Driver Fees (AP)
    • House Dems in Washington State Look at 10-Cent Gas Tax Hike (AP)
    • In Wake of Boston, Transit Systems Beef Up Security: St. LouisJersey
    • Mayor's Budget in Philly Includes Bike-Share (Next City)
    • Florida Signs $195M Contract with SunRail Contractor (Progressive Railroading)
    • Bike League Announces 14 New Bike-Friendly Universities
    • Will Millennials Choose SmartPhones Over Cars? (Real Clear Technology)
    • A Fantasy Subway Map for Albuquerque (Good)
    • "Frustration Index" Tracks Transit Satisfaction in San Fran, Geneva, Zurich (Atlantic Cities)
    • Letter to the Editor: Transit Would Keep Young Grads in Madison, WI (Cap Times)

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