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8:58 AM EDT on September 12, 2014

    • House Amtrak Bill Proposes Slashing Operating Support, Reinvesting in Northeast (GannettThe Hill)
    • Latest Cost Estimate for Maryland's Purple Line Rises by $56M (WaPo)
    • Foxx to Make Funding Announcement in Asheville (Citizen-Times)
    • Poll: 79% of Americans Support Increasing Tolls to Pay for Transpo (The Hill)
    • All Aboard Florida Critics Have to Accept the Train Is Leaving the Station (Boca Mag)
    • Virginia Pilot: Time to Stop Dithering on Light Rail
    • Why Have Americans Always Loved to Hate the Train? (Grist)
    • Was Boise's One-Month Bike Lane Pilot Fated to Fail? (Next City)
    • University of Colorado Uses Denver's TOD as Selling Point (Denver Business Journal)
    • New Leaders to Helm NJ Transit (Times Herald-Record)
    • DC Metro Will Try Out Payment by Smartphone (WaPo)

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