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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EDT on May 15, 2014

    • House Stays Silent in Funding Debate (The Hill)
    • How Senate's MAP-21 Reauthorization Might Affect Cities (Next City)
    • Obama Criticizes GOP for Taking Credit on Projects They Wouldn't Fund (The Hill)
    • Honolulu Rail Faces Obstacles to Budget, Schedule (Pacific Biz News)
    • With Biden's Cleveland Visit, Plain Dealer Looks at Importance of TIGER Grants in Ohio
    • 121 Projects Developing Along Twin Cities Green Line (Finance and Commerce)
    • Key Senator Supports Phased Gas Tax Increase (Fleet Owner)
    • Why Rising Rents Around New Transit Don't Tell the Whole Story (Atlantic Cities)
    • Pop-Up Market Gives a Glimpse of Possibilities Along St. Louis Metrolink (St. Louis Public Radio)
    • Why Does Everyone Always Low-Ball the Costs of Transpo Projects? (WaPo)
    • Google Maps Brings Public Transit Data to UK (BBC)

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