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    • Border-Crossing Bullet Train Proposed from Texas to Mexico (Fox News Latino)
    • DOT Shakeup Puts Rogoff in No. 3 Spot (Governing)
    • House Transpo Committee Looks at Public-Private Partnerships (RT&S)
    • Under Construction in Portland: "The Most Bike-Friendly Apartment Building in North America" (TakePart)
    • Feds Sign Off on Milwaukee Streetcar Route (JS Online)
    • GGW Chats with Arlington's Chris Zimmerman, Who Heads to Smart Growth America
    • Detroit DOT Chief Vows to Have Reliable Bus System (Detroit Free Press)
    • Report: How Great Bike Lanes Spur Local Economy (People for Bikes, PDF here)
    • Phoenix May Be Urbanizing, But Parking Still Gets High Priority (Phoenix Biz Journal)
    • D.C.'s Silver Line Close to Finish (WaPo)
    • Five Problems a Streetcar Could Solve for Saint Paul (Streets.MN)

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