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8:54 AM EDT on September 17, 2014

    • Shuster: "Nobody Got Everything" With Amtrak Bill (The Hill)
    • Report Released at UN Shows Climate Change Action Boosts Economic Growth (VOA)
    • Environmental Study Begins for Houston-Dallas High-Speed Rail (Community Impact)
    • Omaha to Use $15M TIGER for BRT (AP)
    • Why Do Houstonians Tend to Sprawl? (Houstonia)
    • What Richmond Can Learn From BRT Failures in Other Cities (RVA News)
    • With Transit Tax Vote Approaching, Pinellas County, FL, Breaks Bus Ride Records (Tampa Biz Journal)
    • Arkansas Works on Statewide Rail Plan (KATV)
    • In Seattle, New Bikeway Triples Cycling Numbers (Seattle Times)
    • Florida Governor Candidate Says It's Not Too Late for Orlando-Tampa Rail (Orlando Sentinel)

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