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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on May 5, 2015

    • Foxx's Chief of Staff to Head Chicago Transit Agency (Chicago Trib)
    • Harry Reid Wants Senate to Deal With Transportation Before Trade (HuffPo)
    • Florida's SunRail Gets $93M From Feds to Expand 17 Miles South (Orlando Sentinel)
    • New Bill Would Offer Tax Credits for Infrastructure Projects (The Hill)
    • A 20-Year History of D.C.'s Streetcar Planning (GGW)
    • Report Blames GOP for Transportation Shortfall (The Hill)
    • Union Pacific Sells 111 Acres in Fremont for Transit-Oriented Development (Progressive Railroading)
    • Norfolk Credits Light Rail for $600M in Downtown Growth (Pilot)
    • UNC Study: Durham-Orange Light Rail Sites Offer Affordable Housing Opportunities (News Observer)
    • Birmingham's New Bike-Share Will Offer Electric-Assist Bikes (Next City)

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