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8:55 AM EDT on October 14, 2013

    • FTA Proposes New Transit Safety Rules (PDF)
    • Sen. Rockefeller: Shutdown Blocking Essential Transpo Safety Inspections (Senate Commerce Committee)
    • The Federal Shutdown, From the Vantage Point of California's Transportation Officials (SF Gate)
    • Minnesota DOT: Widening I-94 Is Not the Answer to Congestion (AP)
    • How Much Will a Compromise Water Down the Pennsylvania Senate's Transportation Bill? (Inquirer)
    • Atlanta Residents Fight a Walmart-Anchored Strip Mall Along Beltline (Creative Loafing)
    • What Will N. Carolina Destroy to Build 540 Outer Loop? There's a Rainbow of Options (News & Observer)
    • Metro to LAX? It Could Happen (LAT)
    • A Year After Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey Transit Is Finally Back to Full Strength (ABC)
    • Pittsburgh Gets It Wrong, Tries to Get Buses Out of Downtown Instead of Cars (Post-Gazette)
    • Car-Free Living Is on the Rise (Forbes)
    • Still Think Suburban Living Is Cheaper? This Spreadsheet Proves You Wrong. (Globe & Mail)

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