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8:54 AM EDT on July 28, 2015

    • Senate Advances Six-Year Transpo Bill That House Doesn't Plan to Take Up (The Hill)
    • Boxer Goes Rogue in Pushing for GOP-Backed Measure (Politico)
    • Foxx Hopes to Spur Action on New Hudson River Rail Tunnels (NYT)
    • Year-Old Silver Line Seen as Catalyst in DC, Despite Not Meeting Ridership Projections (WaPo)
    • A Bipartisan Plan to Steer More Transpo Dollars to Local Communities (T4America)
    • Transit Agencies, APTA Mark 25 Years of American With Disabilities Act (Progressive Railroading)
    • Without Olympic Aspirations, How Will Boston Develop? (Boston Globe)
    • From Motor City to Bike City (Detroit Free Press)
    • Miami's New Transit Chief Dreams of a "Car-Optional" City (Miami New Times)
    • Green Line Spawns Vision for Twin Cities Innovation District (The Line Media)

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