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Today’s Headlines

10:03 AM EDT on April 27, 2015

  • Visiting the U.S., Japanese Prime Minister Makes Case for Bullet Train (WSJ)
  • DOT to Assist Seven Cities With Transit Projects, Including Indy's BRT (Progressive Railroading, Indy Star)
  • House Committee to Take Up Transpo Funding Wednesday (Transport Topics)
  • Comparing the "Apples and Oranges" of DC and Boston's Beleaguered Rail Systems (WaPo)
  • Shuster Challenger Readies for Primary (The Hill)
  • Why Is It Still So Hard to Use Bike Lanes to Traverse Cities? (Next City)
  • Maryland Gets New Transit Head as Highway Chief Resigns (Baltimore Sun)
  • Just Over Half in Utah Support Tax Hike for Transpo (KSL)
  • GGW Charts Walkability by Metro Line in DC
  • "Better Buffalo Fund" Targets Mixed Uses, Density (Buffalo Biz First)
  • DeCary, Florida Awaits Development Near SunRail (News 13)

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