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8:53 AM EDT on August 31, 2015

    • As Green Line Costs Rise, Massachusetts Transpo Chief Switches Stance (Boston Globe)
    • Schumer to Feds: Use Leftover Sandy Money on Hudson Rail Tunnels (The Hill)
    • Advocates Want to Restore Amtrak Service Lost Since Katrina (The Hill)
    • Train Service Returns to Holyoke, MA, After Half Century (NEPR)
    • Amtrak Tests Out Bikes on Trains for Chicago-DC Line (Pittsburgh Gazette)
    • The Man in Charge of Building Charlotte's Light Rail (Charlotte Observer)
    • Pittsburgh Burbs Embrace TOD (Tribune-Review)
    • Year One Status Report on Grand Rapids' Silver Line BRT (M Live)
    • New Haven Goes Green for Biking (New Haven Register)
    • Why You Don't See Vacant Lots Along the Phoenix Light Rail (AZ Central)

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