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9:00 AM EST on March 5, 2015

    • A Divided House Passes $8B Amtrak Funding Bill (The Hill)
    • Bill Could Boost the Northeast and Allow for High-Speed NYC-Boston Train (CBS, Mirror)
    • Ferguson Police Routinely Stopped Black Residents for the Crime of Walking (Grist)
    • Rift in DC Metro Board Delays Search for New Chief (WaPo)
    • What Data Can Reveal About Detroit's Transit System (Detroit News)
    • Is America's Urban Comeback Getting Too Much Hype? (The Week)
    • And Does the Renaissance of Cities Have to Push Out the 99 Percent? (HuffPo)
    • What Not to Miss at the National Bike Summit Next Week (Alliance for Biking and Walking)
    • California Cities Lead the Pack in Density and Population Growth (Sac Bee)
    • Plans Evolve for Light Rail to Miami Beach (Miami Today)

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