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8:59 AM EDT on September 4, 2015

    • Setting Up Outside Boston, China's Biggest Rail Manufacturer Ready for Business (NYT, Boston Globe)
    • California's Big Transpo Funding Package: Driver Fee, Gas Tax Hike (AP)
    • TSA Boosts Presence at Rail Stations for Labor Day Weekend (The Hill)
    • L.A.'s a Late Bloomer With Bike-Share, But Will It Become a Leader? (CityLab)
    • Feds Open Dialogue on Speeding Up Transpo Projects (Progressive Railroading)
    • D.C. Metro's Rail Safety Chief Resigns in Wake of August Derailment (WaPo)
    • Indianapolis Plans Nation's First All-Electric BRT By 2018 (Indianapolis Reader)
    • San Diego Advocates Want More From TOD Policies (San Diego Reader)
    • Why It's Good to Have WiFi on Commuter Rail (Fortune)
    • Advocates Work to Block Michigan Highway Expansion (Bridge MI)

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