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8:50 AM EDT on July 1, 2015

    • Mayors Call for Action from Congress on Long-Term Transpo Bill (Fast Lane)
    • Obama Also Wants to See a Long-Term Bill During His Final Months in Office (The Hill)
    • Will Resurrection of the Ex-Im Bank Be Part of the Transpo Bill? (Politico)
    • In DC, Faster Service for One Metro Line May Mean Cuts for Others (GGW)
    • Amtrak to Continue Operating Hoosier State Line While Waiting on Public-Private Solution (Sun Times)
    • Will Baltimore's Development Move Backward With the Death of the Red Line? (Baltimore Biz Journal)
    • Eno Center Offers an Updated Primer on the Highway Trust Fund
    • NJ Officials, Union Members Protest Planned Transit Fare Hike (
    • In Cleveland, Harriet Tregoning Urges Smart Planning for Opportunity Corridor (Plain Dealer)
    • Can Charlotte's West Side Replicate the South End's Growth? (Charlotte Observer)

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