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    • Two BART Workers Killed Doing Maintenance Work on Day Two of Strike (Bloomberg)
    • Argentina Deja-Vu Train Crashes at Site of Last Year's Crash That Killed 52 (BBC)
    • Oil Train Derails, Ignites in Western Canada (Toronto Sun, Montreal Gazette)
    • Five Years After Voting For It, Californians Wish High-Speed Rail Would "Go Away" (AP)
    • In Some Places, Transit Service the Last to Return to Normal After Shutdown (Daily Statesman)
    • Illinois Chamber of Commerce CEO Warns of Coming Infrastructure Crisis (News-Gazette)
    • Colorado Governor "RAMP"s Up Road Spending, With a Little For Transit (Prowers Journal)
    • Will Gas Tax Paralysis Kill Pennsylvania's Chances of Upgrading Its Transpo Network? (DelCo Times)
    • Iowa Legislator Declares Iowa City-to-Chicago Passenger Rail Hopes "Dead" (Des Moines Register)
    • Houston Mayor's Executive Order on Complete Streets Doesn't Cut It (Planetizen)
    • Massachusetts Brownfields Law Needs to Be Renewed to Encourage Infill Development (Globe)

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