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    • Despite Government Buy-In, High-Speed Rail Remains Elusive (The Hill)
    • The "World's Most Polluted Street" Will Go Car-Free By 2020 (CityLab)
    • DC Ends Unjust Law That Prevented Crash Victims From Collecting Damages (GGW)
    • Feds Start to Unlock Funding for Trans-Hudson Rail Project (WSJ)
    • New San Diego Trolley Line Gets Closer to Reality (LA Times)
    • FTA Inspections Find 1,000+ Safety Defects With DC Metro (The Hill)
    • Oahu's Troubled Rail Project Dominates Mayoral Debate (Hawaii News Now)
    • Mobilizing the Region: Why Mass UberPool Commuting Won't Fly in NYC
    • Cities Wake Up to the Benefits of Better Bike Parking (MinnPost)
    • Boston Encouraged by Savings From Energy-Recycling Subway Brakes (Globe)

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