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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on October 24, 2013

    • D.C. Streetcar Delayed Til Next Year (WaPo, GGW)
    • Rail-to-Trail Case Heads to Supreme Court (Systemic Failure)
    • Gov. Corbett Wants PA Lawmakers to Get Moving on Transpo Funds (Philly Inquirer)
    • Deals Are Done for All Aboard Florida (Orlando Biz Journal)
    • What's the Fastest Way to Get to Work in Vancouver? (Vancouver Sun)
    • Arlington, VA, Sets High Bar for Suburban Transit (NPR)
    • Candidates See WAVE Transit as Key to Growth in Wilmington, NC (WHRQ)
    • Streetcar or BRT for Ogden, Utah? (Salt Lake Trib)
    • In Montreal, Families Leaving the City for Sprawl Becomes Campaign Issue (CBC News)
    • Bike League: Houston's Getting More Bike-Friendly
    • Innovative Transport Helps Turn Around Medellin, Colombia (NRDC Switchboard featuring Streetfilms)

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