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8:53 AM EDT on October 15, 2013

    • Senators Show Sign of Removing Heads From A**es, Ending Shutdown (WaPo)
    • 2013 Was Another Record-Breaking Year for Amtrak (Railway Age)
    • Fox News Commentators Split on Gas Tax Hike
    • Negotiations Continue, BART Won't Strike Today (Mercury)
    • Coming Soon: An Urban, Walkable Tysons (Hold the "Corner") and Your First Silver Line Ride (WaPo)
    • DC Suburbs Are Abuzz With Bike-Share, Transit, and Sidewalk-Widening These Days (GGW)
    • St. Paul Business Owners Expect Light Rail Boost (MPR)
    • Atlanta Tickled That DC Would Look to It for Smart Growth Inspiration (Curbed)
    • Is It "Infill" Development Just Because There's Something Further Out? (Miami Herald)
    • Post Police on Buses to Crack Down on Distracted Drivers? (CBC)
    • Helsinki's New Transport Option Is Part Bus, Part Taxi (Treehugger)

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