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    • Key Senator John Thune Keeps Open Mind on Transpo Funding Options (Roll Call)
    • How Will GOP Congress Affect California High-Speed Rail? (KQED)
    • Garamendi Drops Out on T&I Leadership, Clearing Path for DeFazio (Roll Call)
    • Maryland Advocates "Cautiously Optimistic" About Purple Line Under Hogan (Sentinel)
    • Lyft Competes with Uber's Corporate Ride-Sharing (LAT)
    • Grants to Boost Rail-Oriented Development in Twin Cities (MPR News)
    • North Texas Moves Away From Toll Road Projects (Dallas News)
    • Sacramento Commuters Want "a More Diverse Transportation System" (Sac Bee)
    • Arvada, Colorado, Breaks Ground on Gold Line Station (Denver Post)

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