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Today’s Headlines

9:01 AM EDT on June 19, 2013

    • House Republicans Look at Big Transpo Cuts (Transpo Issues Daily, The Hill)
    • ... Including Amtrak (AP), Community Development Grants (Politico)
    • Durbin Honors LaHood on Senate Floor (AP)
    • John Mica's Had Enough With Amtrak's Gourmet Dishes (TRNS, The Hill)
    • Cities (Like Reno, Longview, TX and Franklin, TN) Prep for "Dump the Pump" Tomorrow
    • Why Hasn't PennDOT Gone Public with Tranpso Funding Comparisons? (AP)
    • Grist Video: Biking in the City for Those Who Haven't Yet Dared
    • Andres Duany Has Both Prickly Comments and Praise for Sarasota, FL (Herald Tribune)
    • Report Finds Huge Deficit for Future Philly-Area Transportation (
    • Bike Portland Shares Q&A With New PDOT Director Leah Treat
    • Should Transpo Projects Focus on Neighborhoods or Downtowns? (GGW)

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