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    • Transportation Advocates Aren't Happy With Proposed Senate Funding Levels ... (The Hill)
    • ... But Smart Growth Group Praises TOD Provision (Smart Growth America)
    • Obama at NY's Tappan Zee Bridge Today to Press Congress on Infrastructure (AP)
    • Biden Makes the Same Pitch in St. Louis, Cleveland  (StarTrib, AP)
    • A Bankrupt Highway Trust Fund Could Cost 700,000 Jobs (Fiscal Times)
    • Does New Transit Have to Come With Higher Rents? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Funds Sought for Studying New Orleans-Orlando Rail (AP)
    • Popular Rail Trail Spurs Development in Dallas (NYT)
    • Price Balloons for Streetcar in Arlington, VA (WaPo)
    • What's Gone Wrong With Portland's Bike Culture? (Bike Portland)
    • City of Atlanta Joins With MARTA to Run Streetcar (Atlanta Biz Journal)

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