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9:00 AM EDT on September 13, 2013

    • AASHTO: Amtrak Should Work Quickly With States on Short-Distance Rail (The Hill)
    • Washington State High Court Rejects Bid to Keep Light Rail Off I-90 (Seattle Times, AP)
    • ZipCar/Buzzcar Founder Shares Some Life Philosophies With Fast Company
    • Next NYC Mayor Likely to Continue with Bloomberg's Green Legacy (Grist)
    • Orlando Studies Barriers to Elderly Transit Use (Fox 35)
    • Philly's SEPTA Releases "Doomsday Plan" (
    • Launch of Bay Area Bikeshare "Underwhelming" (Streetsblog SF)
    • D.C. Metro Stations Should Have More Character, According to Both GGW and Rebuilding Place
    • L.A. City Council Warms to Freeway Cap Park (Arch Paper)
    • Strong Towns Calls This "The Best Editorial of 2013" (From Crain's Cleveland)
    • Witchita Aims for More Pedestrian-Friendly Streets (KSN)

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