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8:44 AM EDT on June 13, 2014

    • Norton and Petri Introduce Obama's GROW AMERICA Act in the House (The Hill)
    • Foxx Says Bill Would Offer More Local Control (Fast Lane)
    • FTA Urges Transit Agencies to Test Brakes After Chicago Crash (Tribune)
    • DeFazio Explains His Per-Barrel Oil Fee Idea for Funding Transpo (Oregonian)
    • Austin City Council Tacks Road Projects Onto "Urban Rail" Measure (Post)
    • Apparently Scranton Needs a Beltway (Times Leader)
    • How a "New Urbanist" Neighborhood in Denver Caved to Car Pressure (EE News)
    • Bicycling-Related Head Injuries Up 14% -- Because of Bike-Share? (KSTP)
    • Poll: Americans Worry About Transportation Conditions, Especially in Cities (LIUNA)
    • Vancouver-Area Mayors' Attempt to Use Carbon Tax to Fund Transpo Fails (Sun)
    • Brazil Avoids World Cup Transit Strike But Labor Chaos Simmers (AP)

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