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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EDT on August 14, 2014

    • The Problem With High-Speed Rail in the U.S.? Lack of Federal Will (CityLab)
    • Amtrak's Empire Builder Line Is Struggling (Flathead Beacon)
    • Georgia Leaders, Feds Discuss High-Speed Rail Serving Atlanta (Ledger-Enquirer)
    • Why Aren't Developers More Interested in These D.C. Metro Sites? (Wash Biz Journal)
    • Getting the Numbers Straight About Bike-Share Injuries (Next City)
    • Building Honolulu's Rail Stations Could Go Way Over Budget (Pacific Biz News)
    • Phoenix Looks at Big Expansion of Light Rail (AZ Central)
    • New Book Reveals Some Surprising Strains of Anti-Urbanism (Next City)
    • Alaska Borough Needs to Pay Back Feds for Unused Passenger Ferry (AP)

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