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    • Amtrak Keeps Rolling Despite Shutdown (Progressive Railroading)
    • ... But Deadlines Loom for States to Work Out Deals With Amtrak (Stateline)
    • APTA: Nearly 70 Percent of Millennials Use Multiple Transpo Modes
    • One Victim of the Shutdown? Anthony Foxx's Twitter (Charlotte Observer)
    • Nashville Applies for Key Funding for BRT (WSMV)
    • Study: America's Transpo Inefficiencies Add Up to $100 Billion (Atlantic Cities)
    • Sen. Inouye's Rail Efforts Honored Posthumously (Honolulu Civil Beat)
    • What Are the World's Best Cities for Bike-Sharing? (USA Today)
    • In Vancouver, 90 Percent of New Offices Built Near Transit (Vancouver Sun)
    • "Car-Free Zones" Becoming More Popular (Efficient Gov)

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