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8:59 AM EDT on May 4, 2015

    • Highway Trust Fund Set to Go Broke This Month (The Hill)
    • WaPo: House Bill Would Be a Blow for DC Metro
    • How Nashville Can Learn From Salt Lake City's "Unified Front" on Transit (Tennessean)
    • As SunRail Turns 1, Florida Riders Rate the System (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Virginia Beach Light Rail Vote Far From a Done Deal (Pilot)
    • Can Tampa's Streetcar Transform Into Something More Than a Tourist Novelty? (Next City)
    • Indiana Supports South Shore Rail Expansion (Chicago Trib)
    • What's Next for the Minneapolis Light Rail Project? (MPR News)
    • Sacramento Bee: Streetcar Payoff Worth the Risk
    • Peoria Celebrates 45 Years of Transit Service, Though Cuts Loom (Journal Star)
    • Philly's SEPTA to Become Friendlier to Cyclists (Main Line)

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