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    • What Will a Government Shutdown Mean For Federal Transit Support (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • After So Many Last-Minute Saves, Congress Actually Prepares to Go Over the Shutdown Cliff (WaPo)
    • Toyota Exec Expects Car Sales to Tank Next Year (AP)
    • Sen. Boxer Has a New Favorite Transpo Funding Scheme, Advocates Will Take It (The Hill)
    • This Is What Trust Fund Insolvency Looks Like to Idaho (Statesman)
    • With North Carolina Deal, Amtrak Has Now Reached PRIIA Agreements With 12 of 19 States (NCNN)
    • TOD Denialism Alive and Well in Bay Area Suburbs (Marin News)
    • If You're Against Density, You're For Sprawl (Vancouver Sun)
    • How Commuting Habits Differ in DC's Core, Inner Ring, and Outer Ring (WaPo)

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