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    • Touting Buses as Economic Lifeline, Foxx Announces $30M Grant in Detroit (Roll Call, Free Press)
    • Kansas City Offers Lesson on Streetcar Funding Challenges (CityLab)
    • Ridership Up for D.C.'s New Silver Line (Washington Biz Journal)
    • Nashville Envisions Its Future Growth (Nashville Ledger)
    • In Baltimore, LaHood Continues Pitch for Higher Gas Tax (Baltimore Biz Journal)
    • Study Will Look at Cincinnati-Chicago High-Speed Rail (Cincinnati Biz Courier)
    • Urbanist Jeff Speck Scouts Out a New Home in Boston (WaPo)
    • Poll Reveals Transit Wariness in Texas (Texas Trib)
    • More Luxury Developments Are Integrating Bike Features (WSJ)
    • Should Boston Follow Philly's Lead and Make a Public Park Out of City Hall Plaza? (BostInno)

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