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    • Amtrak Exec: Delays Could Become the Norm for NJ Commuters (NYT)
    • Despite Recent Crashes, Train Derailments Are Declining (Brookings)
    • Apparently There's No Plan B for the Red Line in Baltimore (Baltimore Sun, AP)
    • Vox Breaks Down Where America Went Wrong on Transit
    • A Decade After Katrina, the Gulf Coast Waits on Passenger Rail (
    • Bike-Share's Everywhere Now, But Does It Make Any Money? (Fortune)
    • Does D.C. Have the Crash Data It Needs to Pursue Vision Zero? (WAMU)
    • Indianapolis Plans for BRT in 2018 (WTHR)
    • Miami Developers Face Catch 22: Build TOD in a Car-Centric Town (Daily Biz Review)
    • A Day in the Life Aboard Detroit's People Mover (Model D)

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