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8:51 AM EDT on March 13, 2015

    • Transpo Funding: the Next Looming Cliff in Congress (The Hill)
    • This Year's Heroes in the Bike/Ped Movement (Alliance for Biking and Walking)
    • Road Builders Want 15-Cent Gas Tax Hike, With Rebates for Some (Transport Topics)
    • DC Metro Rethinks Long-Term Plans, Suspends Search for New Leader (WaPo)
    • Atlanta's Among the Many Cities Responding to DOT Challenge for Safer Streets (Atlanta Biz Journal)
    • Long Island's Affordability Hinges on TOD (Mobilizing the Region)
    • Senator Joins Push to Save Hoosier State Amtrak Line (Indy Star)
    • New Metro Station in the Works for Alexandria, VA (Washington Biz Journal)
    • St. Louis, University City Launch Construction of New Streetcar (STL Today)
    • Oregon Bill Would Let Bikes and Motorcycles Pass Through Red Lights (Oregonian)

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