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9:14 AM EDT on August 22, 2013

    • Will Amtrak's Hoosier State Line Keep Running Once Fed Funds Run Out? (Post-TribuneJC Online)
    • Rep. Denham May Have Tripped Over Himself in Attempt to Block High-Speed Rail (Sac Bee)
    • APTA Settles Case With Patent Troll Who's Been Suing Public Transit Agencies (Ars Technica)
    • Oberstar's Advice for White House on Transpo? Go Around Congress (Politico MT)
    • Twin Cities Leaders Say Rising Costs Will Threaten Light Rail Project (StarTribune)
    • What Have We Learned in 25 Years of New Urbanism? (GGW)
    • LaHood Honored as Distinguished Fellow by Alma Mater (Journal Star, The Hill)
    • Brazil Works to Coax Sao Paulo Drivers Out of Cars (City Fix)
    • Bike Portland Podcast: Why Covering Traffic Carnage Matters

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