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    • Court Denies Amtrak Regulatory Powers Over Competitors (The Hill)
    • Feds Grant $25 Million For Rail Infrastructure Upgrades (OH&S)
    • Do NJ Rail Riders Pay the Highest Fares in U.S.? (
    • New Buildings Near Chicago's L Line Geared Mostly to Affluent Residents (Chicago Trib, Streetsblog Chi)
    • Maryland Purple Line Proponents Push for Public/Private Partnership to Build It (MC Sentinel)
    • New Project Will Link 20 Miles of Detroit Walking/Bike Paths (CBS)
    • Nashville Mayor Emphasizes Transit, Affordable Housing (Nashville Scene)
    • Housing Sprouts Near Train Stations in Lower Hudson Valley (
    • Paris's Plan for Car-Free Sundays (CityLab)

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