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8:58 AM EDT on July 20, 2015

    • Patchwork Fixes for Transpo Funding Are Just Business as Usual Now (McClatchy)
    • Congress's Proposals Get Attacked From All Sides (The Hill)
    • How Highways and Railroads Created Racial Divides in U.S. Cities (WaPo)
    • DC Metro to Go Under Congressional Scrutiny Again (Roll Call)
    • NYT: Limiting Uber and Lyft Won't Solve Congestion
    • Ambitious Idea for Transit Village in East Oakland Goes Off Track (SF Chronicle)
    • Will the Money Be There to Build the Purple Line in Maryland? (WaPo)
    • Minneapolis Relaxes Parking Rules to Bring More Affordable Housing (Next City)
    • Utah Gives Incentives for Biking to Rail Stations (Planetizen)
    • Atlanta Hopes for TIGER Grant to Expand Streetcar (Creative Loafing Atlanta)

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