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    • House Vote on Amtrak Bill Expected Today, After Bump Back (The Hill)
    • D.C. Faces Continued Logjam of Local Transit Projects (WaPo)
    • Phoenix Voters Will Decide on Tax Hike for Transpo (AZ Central)
    • Highlights of the New "Move Seattle" 1o-Year Plan (Seattle Transit Blog)
    • Boston-Area Transit May Need $6.7B in Upgrades (Boston Globe)
    • California High-Speed Rail Construction Off to an Unglamorous Start (Fresno Bee)
    • Maryland's Transpo Chief Nominee Moves a Step Forward (WaPo)
    • What Are the Class Dynamics Behind Seattle's New Income-Based Transit Discounts? (Forbes)
    • The Science Behind Pedestrian Behavior (CityLab)

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