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9:00 AM EDT on June 8, 2015

    • Troubled DC Metro Attracting Scrutiny From All Corners (WaPo)
    • Shuster Heads to Georgia With Transpo Funding Talk (The Hill)
    • High-Speed Rail Could Connect DC and Richmond By 2025 (News Leader)
    • Salt Lake City's Transit Success Story (Railway Age)
    • SunRail Seeks $35M From Feds for Expansion (Daily Commercial)
    • BRT Could Transform Route 66 in Albuquerque (Albuquerque Journal)
    • Seattle Walkability Advocates Want Bigger Push of $930M Transpo Levy (Seattle Times)
    • Why Is Norfolk Light Rail Losing So Much Money Per Passenger? (Pilot)
    • Rochester, NY, Has Too Many Cars, Not Enough Pedestrians (Rochester Biz Journal)

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