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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EDT on August 25, 2014

    • Real Estate Deals Need to Accelerate for California High-Speed Rail (Fresno Bee)
    • Grand Rapids Launches $40M BRT (M Live)
    • Brokering Peace Between Cyclists and Drivers Involves John Kerry on a Pink Bike (Boston Globe)
    • Feds Give OK to Start Designing Minneapolis's Fourth Light Rail (KSTP)
    • Seven U.S. Bike Projects Built on Existing Footprints (Next City)
    • In Connecticut, Downtowns Get Lively,  BRT Takes Shape (Hartford Courant, West Hartford News)
    • Florida's Coastal Link Rail Would Run from West Palm Beach to Miami (Sun Sentinel)
    • The Difference Between “Walkability” and “Ability to Walk” (Colorado Springs Independent)
    • Houston Chron: Don’t Rule Out Rail for the Future
    • In Tampa, Study Emphasizes Buses Before Rail, Bike-Share to Start Next Month (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Baton Rouge Bike Group Takes Up Complete Streets Cause (Times-Picayune)

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