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9:00 AM EDT on August 12, 2015

    • Schumer: New Corporation Should Steer Hudson Tunnel Projects (New York Times)
    • Foxx Faces Legal Issues With Bankrupt Bus Company (Charlotte Biz Journal)
    • Report: Pedestrian Deaths Have Increased 15 Percent Since 2009 (WTOP)
    • All Aboard Florida Offers Test Case for Private Passenger Rail (CityLab)
    • DOT Helps Prep Communities for Climate Change Resilience (Fast Lane)
    • Only a Handful of Rail Lines, Including Amtrak, on Target to Meet Safety Mandate (
    • Louisiana Advocates Call for 10-Cent Gas Tax Hike (Transport Topics)
    • For Sustainable Development, Location Matters as Much as Design (HuffPo)
    • Weight-Loss Trick: Don't Drive to Work (Wall Street Journal)
    • DC Tries Out Cameras on Buses to Reduce Crime (Washington City Paper)
    • How Strong WiFi Can Help with Congestion (Tennessean)

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