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9:03 AM EDT on July 13, 2015

    • Senate Confident It Will Deal With Transpo Funding This Week (Roll Call)
    • More Dems Get on Board With GOP Tax Reform Plan (The Hill)
    • Lawmakers Suggest Using "Queen of the Hill" Rule in House (Bond Buyer)
    • Amtrak Grapples With Leadership Turnover at Critical Time (Philly Inquirer)
    • Charlotte, NC Launches Streetcar Tomorrow (WSOC)
    • The $8B Plan to Transform Atlanta Through Commuter Rail (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
    • Why Aren't More Women Using NYC's Bikeshare? (NY Mag)
    • Miami Leaders Want to Speed Up Transpo Projects (Miami Herald)
    • Metro-North Prez: Expect More Reliable Trains, But They Won't Be Faster (Hartford Courant)
    • What Do Nashvillians Want From Public Transit? (Nashville Biz Journal)
    • Baltimore Activists Want Proof that Hogan Actually Studied the Red Line (Baltimore Biz Journal)

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