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9:04 AM EST on February 21, 2014

    • Foxx to Congress: "Show a Little Political Courage" on Highway Trust Fund (Reuters, The Hill)
    • California Senate Leader Proposes Fuel Tax for Transit (AP)
    • Foxx, Shuster, Boxer to Speak at Next Week's AASHTO Event (Better Roads)
    • In L.A., Feds Commit $670M to Light Rail Connector (L.A. Times)
    • Study: Our Most Vibrant Cities Have the Greatest Income Inequality (NYT)
    • Florida Bill Would Remove Development Hurdle, But Ignores the Concept of Density (Bradenton Herald)
    • Provo BRT Project Gets Attention From Feds (Herald Extra)
    • In Michigan, Voters Could Approve New Tax for Transit in May (M Live)
    • Colorado Looks at High-Speed Rail to Reduce I-70 Traffic (CBS Denver)
    • St. Paul TOD Chief Focuses on Light Rail (Finance & Commerce)
    • Smart Growth for Conservatives: Transit Advocates Can't Ignore the Cost Problems

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