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8:45 AM EDT on April 28, 2015

    • DC's Silver Line to Dulles Is Behind Schedule, Over Budget (WaPo, The Hill)
    • Overall, Mayors Want Washington to "Do Something" (Politico)
    • One Chart Shows What's Gone Wrong With the Highway Trust Fund (City Lab)
    • Foxx: Time to "Get Unrealistic" to Solve Transpo Situation (Transport Topics)
    • Urban Vanguards to Descend on the Biggest Little City in the World (Reno Gazette-Journal)
    • Rising Costs Spell Doubt for Minneapolis Light Rail (MPR News)
    • This Morning, Shuster Talks Infrastructure with National Journal
    • The Good and Bad of New Microtransit Options (City Lab)
    • Ridership Reaches Record High for Metro-North's New Haven Line (CT Now)
    • Does Uber Really Qualify as "Alternative Transportation"? (Next City)
    • Alexandria Picks Preferred Site for New Metro Station (WaPo)
    • A New Option for Walking and Biking in Downtown Tampa (83 Degrees)

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