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8:57 AM EDT on August 14, 2015

    • Uber Becomes Vital Issue for Democratic Presidential Hopefuls (WaPo)
    • U.S. Census: Three-Fourths of Americans Drive Solo to Work
    • Metro New York Faces "Transportation Armageddon" With Aging Rail Tubes (CityLab)
    • Phoenix Could Boost Light Rail, Cycling With New Sales Tax (AZ Central)
    • DC-Area Lawmakers Blast Metro for Last Week's "Unacceptable" Derailment (The Hill)
    • Cycling Deaths Have Fallen for Kids, But Not for Adults (Bloomberg)
    • Amazon Looks Into Using Public Transit for Package Pickups (GeekWire)
    • Better Chicago-Cincinnati Rail Could Come From FRA Study (Cincinnati Biz Journal)
    • Orange County Commits $56M to Streetcar (OC Register)
    • Chicago Seniors Take a Liking to Biking (Chicago Trib)
    • Prince George's County Promises $20M to Purple Line in Maryland (WaPo)
    • Omaha Goes Fancy With New BRT Stations (Omaha World-Herald)

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