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    • Paul, Boxer Finishing Up Transpo Bill Paid for by Tax Cut (Bond Buyer)
    • Shuster: Gas Tax Hike Unlikely to Pass This Year (The Hill)
    • Hogan's Budget Gives Some Money to Purple, Red Lines in Maryland (GGW)
    • DC Metro Revises Emergency Response Tactics Following Tragedy (The Hill)
    • Which Areas Could See Low Gas Prices Hurt Transit? (The Week)
    • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Connecticut Transportation Last Year (TSTC)
    • There's Finally Momentum to Improve Transit in Miami, But What About $$? (Miami Herald)
    • Houston Metro Mulls Best Use for $39.9M Unspent Federal Funds (Houston Chron)
    • Why Aren't More People Riding the Bus in Delaware? (Columbus Dispatch)

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