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8:53 AM EDT on April 9, 2014

    • Employees Union Presses House to Restore Commuter Tax Break (The Hill)
    • Overhaul Proposed for DC Transportation as DDOT Chief Departs (WaPo)
    • Future Funds for DC Metro in Jeopardy After Mismanagement (The Hill)
    • Minneapolis Light Rail Debate Hinges on Equity (Minn Post)
    • Will Houston Warm to Light Rail? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Meanwhile, Houston Bike Commuting on the Rise (Houston Biz Journal)
    • Miami Grassroots Group Wants to Create More "Delightful" Commutes (Miami Herald)
    • How Can the Nashville Amp Project Win Over the Bus-Wary? (Nashville Public Radio)
    • Stockton City Limits Picks Apart Sprawl Ranking
    • First Wave of Ann Arbor Bike-Share Stations to Open in June (Concentrate)
    • New Orleans Debates Parking Prices (Times-Picayune)

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