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8:59 AM EDT on April 4, 2016

    • Amtrak Crash Outside Philly Kills Two Track Workers (NYT)
    • What the Hudson River Gateway Project Means for Intercity Rail (Next City)
    • Foxx Takes His Message on Urban Highways to the Diane Rehm Show
    • Turning 40, DC Metro Faces a Midlife Crisis (NYT)
    • Things Could Be Worse for DC -- Just Look at Boston (American Prospect)
    • Cincinnati Streetcar to Start Running Next Week (Cincinnati Biz Journal)
    • In Maryland, Hogan Vetoes Transportation Priority Bill (WaPo)
    • Five Widespread Myths About Urban Cycling (WaPo)
    • Former Amtrak Official to Become NJ Transit Boss (
    • Ann Arbor-Detroit Transit Plans Include Commuter Rail, BRT (M Live)
    • How Did the Virginia Beach Light Rail Debate Get So Nasty? (Pilot)

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