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    • LaHood Predicts a Short-Term Stop Gap Instead of a New Bill September 30 (National Journal)
    • Nate Silver Warns Democrats Could Lose the Senate This Year (538, Slate)
    • Driver of Derailed Chicago Train Was "Extremely Tired" From Too Much Overtime (ABC)
    • America's First 32 High-Speed Rail Cars Will Be Built By Siemens and Cummins (DW)
    • Raleigh Mayor Calls for Transit Connection to Durham, Chapel Hill (WRAL)
    • Toronto Rider Group Hands Out "Sardine" Awards for Overcrowded Transit (Sun)
    • Council on Foreign Relations: USA Needs an Infrastructure Advisory Office Like It Has In Other Countries
    • DC Moves to Require Indoor Bike Parking (Biz Journal)
    • Would Your City Do a Pedestrian Safety Sting Like This One in Alameda? (
    • Would Bike-Share Work in St. Louis? (St. Louis Public Radio)

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