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  • Japan's ambassador to the U.S. says his country has authorized $2 million to support a feasibility study on building a high-speed train between Baltimore and Washington. The money is for planning and an engineering analysis for the train, which could carry passengers from Washington to Baltimore in 15 minutes. Read more...

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  • Expanded Tube service to boost London's bottom line
    The start of 24-hour weekend service on London's Tube is set to boost the capital city's thriving night-time economy. The annual economic benefit from "Night Tube" service is expected to peak at $101 million within the next 15 years, and help create 2,200 new jobs. CNN Money, Aug. 19
  • Houston bus network overhaul shows ridership growth
    One year after Houston Metro overhauled its bus network, ridership on the agency's bus and rail systems is up by 6.8%. Metro hopes to achieve a 20% increase in total system ridership within two years of the bus network’s transformation. CityLab, Aug. 18

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