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8:58 AM EDT on September 2, 2014

    • Boston Opens First New T Station in 26 Years (Boston Herald)
    • In Minneapolis, City Council Signs Off on Light Rail (StarTribFinance & Commerce)
    • Las Vegas Rail Plans Have Been Through Fits and Starts (Review Journal)
    • MD's Purple Line Moves to Engineering as Opponents Sue Over "Tiny Species" (Progressive RR, WaPo)
    • L.A.'s Infrastructure Reaches Breaking Point (NYT)
    • Richmond Looks to Northern Virginia for BRT Vision (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
    • Feds Could Fund Rail for Columbus, Ohio (Columbus Dispatch)
    • California High-Speed Rail Has Implications We Can't Predict (Atlantic)
    • "Pedestrian Error" Doesn't Tell the Full Story in Baltimore County (Next City)
    • Where Are the Biggest Bike-share Stations in the U.S.? (GGW)

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