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8:59 AM EDT on September 11, 2014

    • Local Leaders Celebrate TIGER Grants Before DOT Announces Official Winners (Transport Topics)
    • City Lab: The People in Charge of American Transit Should Actually Ride Transit
    • Boxer Tells Politico MT She's Working on Options for Long-Term Transpo Funding
    • Cleveland Launches Bike-share (Crain's)
    • Arlington, VA, May Be a Model for Transit and Policy, But Does It Have Any Soul? (WaPo)
    • Chicago Eyes Major Upgrades for Union Station (Sun-Times)
    • Will Driverless Cars Help or Harm the Planet? (Christian Science Monitor)
    • To Keep Budget in Check, Honolulu Presses Restart on Rail Station Bids (KITV)
    • Wanna Commute By Bus to New Haven? Allow 2.5 Hours Each Way (New Haven Independent)
    • Signs of Hope for Daily Amtrak Service to Palm Springs (Desert Sun)

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