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8:59 AM EDT on September 28, 2015

    • In His Last Few Weeks, Boehner Will Grapple With Transportation Bill (WaPo)
    • GOP Lawmakers Look at String of Tax Cuts to Fund Transpo (The Hill)
    • Next City Welcomed "the First Urbanist Pope" to Philly
    • San Diego Thinks Big on Transportation Future (SD Union-Trib)
    • Feds Sign Off on $93M for SunRail Expansion in Florida (WMFE)
    • How Many Will Ride Maryland's Purple Line? (WaPo)
    • Miami Business Leaders Push for Transit Improvements (Miami Herald)
    • Measuring Transit Inequality in New Haven (Yale Daily News)
    • Cash-Strapped Transit Agency Leaves North Texans Waiting for Rides (Dallas Morning News)
    • What Cedar Rapids Can Teach Des Moines About Bike Planning (Des Moines Register)

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