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Today’s Headlines

8:53 AM EDT on July 30, 2014

    • Will the Senate Cave to the House's Transpo Bill? (The Hill, Fiscal Times)
    • Streetcars Winning Chase for Federal Transit Funds (Roll Call)
    • Maryland Opens Bidding for Purple Line (WaPo)
    • Transit Agencies Get Creative With Real Estate By Rail Lines (WSJ)
    • NACTO Guide Gives Minneapolis Flexibility (MinnPost)
    • High-Speed Rail Could Link Twin Cities, Rochester (AP)
    • Tucson Streetcar Carried 3,500 Riders on First Day (Tucson Sentinel)
    • Sales Tax Vote Could Bring Light Rail, Other Transit Upgrades to Tampa (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Guardian UK: It's Tough to Right-Size Density
    • Public Ridesharing Thrives in Birmingham, But Uber Might Be Blocked (

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