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    • Senate Committee Quickly Approves Obama's TSA Nominee (Politico)
    • House Protects Amtrak From Deeper Cuts (The Hill)
    • Bikes Poised to Become a "Pillar of Transportation" in Utah (Salt Lake Trib)
    • D.C. Delegation Fights for Metro Funding (WaPo)
    • Maryland Governor Likes What He Sees With High-Speed Rail in Japan (Baltimore Sun)
    • How Scott Kubly Is Helping Seattle Rethink City Streets (Grist)
    • Chicago Sun Times: Millennials Don't Need All Those Parking Spaces
    • Massachusetts Governor Tries to Avert Another Winter Nightmare for Boston's T (Boston Globe)
    • Light Rail Doesn't Always Bring Down Bus Ridership (Planetizen)
    • All Aboard Florida Plans Mixed Uses for Ft. Lauderdale Station (Sun Sentinel)
    • Will PG County's New Medical Center Create a More Walkable Downtown? (GGW)

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