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    • New Cincinnati Mayor Could Mean Death of Streetcar Plan (Next City)
    • Big Questions Surround Plan for High-Speed DC-to-NY Train (Politico)
    • As Amtrak Fights for Funding, New CFO Takes Over (The Hill)
    • Maryland Wins Approval for Private Partners on Purple Line (WaPo)
    • Should the Federal Government Take Part in Car-Sharing? (Next City)
    • Senate Panel Hears Ideas for Improving Transportation for Seniors (Portland Press Herald)
    • D.C. Metro Seeks New Development Around Five Stations (Progressive Railroading)
    • Bike League Announces New "Bike-Friendly Businesses," Including Lots of Government Agencies
    • Houston's Office Sprawl Could Make Traffic Worse (Chron)
    • Twin Cities Light-Rail Planning Covers Old Ground (StarTribune)
    • Tupelo, Mississippi Explores Public Transit (WTVA)

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