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Today’s Headlines

9:07 AM EDT on October 8, 2013

    • Most Transportation Employees Keep Working In Spite of Furloughs (National Journal)
    • It's Rideshare Week, So Stop Commuting Alone in Your Car
    • Watch It Live: "City Lab 2013: Urban Solutions to Global Problems" (Atlantic Cities)
    • Raising Fuel Taxes and Cutting Costs Is Not Enough to Save Highway Trust Fund (Transpo ID)
    • PA Rep. Bill Shuster in Strong Shape for Primary (Politics PA)
    • RIP: The Bill to Restrict Cycling in Georgia (Gainesville Times)
    • Improving Amtrak's Hoosier Line Predicted to Boost Ridership (IBJ)
    • Can Bike-Share Offer an Alternative to Streetcars? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Minneapolis Light-Rail Planners Clear Up Some Confusion (MPR News)
    • New Jersey Towns Embrace Cycling (NJ Spotlight)

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