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    • After Years of Dormancy, Feds Pull Funding From Houston Light Rail Project (Chron)
    • As DC Metro Boss Shakes Up Staffing, Senate Bill Would Add to Feds' Oversight (WaPo)
    • Long-Stalled Plans for Detroit-Ann Arbor Rail See New Life (Detroit News)
    • Senate Bill Would Reinvest Amtrak's Northeast Corridor Profits in Northeast Corridor (CT Post)
    • Feds Voice Support for Boston's Redesigned Green Line (Globe)
    • Kansas City Marks Final Stop of Foxx's Smart Cities Tour (KC Biz Journal)
    • To Get More People to Cycle to Work, You Need More Than Bike Lanes (SD Union-Trib)
    • Will Light Rail Make Charlotte More Walkable? (Charlotte Observer)
    • How Bike Infrastructure Could Make a Difference for Louisville (WFPL)
    • Utah Transit Disputes Ranking for Least Affordable Fares (Salt Lake Trib)

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