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8:50 AM EDT on June 11, 2015

    • House Cuts to Transit, Amtrak Not Deep Enough for Heritage (The Hill)
    • ... These Are the Republicans Who Fought Against Those Cuts (The Hill)
    • Bill Shuster: We Can Pass a Long-Term Transpo Bill This Year If We Lower Corporate Taxes (WABE)
    • State DOTs Rebuffed For Using Wildly Inflated Traffic Forecasts to Justify New Highways (Vox)
    • Gillibrand Wants to Restore Federal Funding for Local Bridges (LandLine)
    • Southern California HSR Opponents Fear Tracks Would Divide Communities (Daily News)
    • Toronto's Chief Planner Wants to Tear Down the Gardiner Expressway -- Here's Why (CityLab)
    • LADOT's Seleta Reynolds: City Planners Need to Partner Better With Communities (Crosscut)
    • "Our Charming Downtown Is Turning Into a Bike Parking Lot" -- And They're Charging For It (MarinScope)
    • Driverless Cars a Mere 5-10 Years Away? Don't Believe It (Crikey)
    • Advice on Biking With Your Kid, From a Car-Free Parent (Chicago Mag)

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