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Today’s Headlines

8:56 AM EDT on May 26, 2015

    • Congress Kicks the Can on Transpo Funding to July 31 (The Hill)
    • Amtrak Required to Address Speed Concerns on Northeast Corridor (Progressive Railroading)
    • Houston Debuts Two New Light Rail Lines (Chron)
    • Western U.S. Has Seen Long-Term Rise in Urban Populations (WaPo)
    • Will the Kansas City Streetcar Unite or Divide? (Next City)
    • Car-Free Commuting Gets Simpler for DC Region (CityLab)
    • Low-Income Transit Riders Could Feel Sting of Denver Fare Hikes (Denver Post)
    • Cities in Connecticut, Lower Hudson Valley Are Seeing a Boom (CT Post, LoHud)
    • In Search of Cost Savings For Minneapolis's Southwest Light Rail (Politics in Minnesota)
    • Seattle Could Get Protected Bike Lane on Fifth Avenue (Seattle Times)
    • What Happened to Bringing Bike-share to Norfolk, Virginia? (Pilot)

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