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8:57 AM EDT on May 28, 2014

    • D.C. Metro Takes Over Silver Line, Preps for Summer Opening (WaPo)
    • House GOP Turns to Postal Service to Shore Up Transportation Funding -- Yes, Really (Bloomberg)
    • Roll Call: Raising Funds Through Interstate Tolling Isn't a Bad Idea
    • Senate Commerce Committee to Take Up Transpo Bill June 3 (The Hill)
    • Atlanta Bolsters MARTA Service to Airport (Online Athens)
    • San Diego Connects Neighborhoods With Seven-Mile Bike Loop (KPBS)
    • Feds Give NJ Transit, PATH $235M for Sandy Damage (Asbury Park Press)
    • Why Did America Build, Then Throw Away, Its Urban Streetcars? (Governing)
    • Minneapolis Plants Seeds for a Lively Downtown (NYT)
    • Arlington Offers National Model of TOD (Mobility Lab)
    • West Palm Beach Studies Walkability with Jeff Speck (CBS 12)

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