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    • Chicago Mayor Gets More Power with Transit TIF Districts (Streetsblog Chicago)
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    • For the First Time, Oakland Will Have Its Own DOT (Next City)
    • Foxx Expresses Greater Confidence in DC Metro Safety Efforts (WaPo)
    • Boston Transit Authority Moves to Privatize Warehouse Operations (Boston Globe)
    • Trulia Offers New "Rent Near Transit" Filter (The Next Web)
    • Portland Suburb Could Make or Break Light Rail Plans (Oregonian)
    • Final Relief Funds Released for Hurricane Sandy Repairs (Progressive Railroading)

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