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Today’s Headlines

8:52 AM EST on November 11, 2013

    • New York Times Asks: Is It OK to Kill Cyclists?
    • It's Not Just Transit -- Most Other Transpo Funding Measures Passed in Tuesday's Elections (ARTBA)
    • Obama Pushes for Infrastructure Improvement (NYT)
    • Transpo Funding Bills Run Up Against End of Session in PA, WA (Mercury, Seattle Times)
    • Michigan, Oklahoma Slow Down Transpo Spending Amid Funding Crunch (Daily Telegram, Tulsa World)
    • The Case for a Commuter Tax, From Maine (Sunday Telegram)
    • All Virginia's Options For Expanding Route 460 Have Disastrous Consequences (Suffolk News Herald)
    • Transit Is Booming in Cleveland (Crains)
    • Was the Death of Two BART Workers During Transit Strike a Criminal Act? (AP)
    • A Call For Flashing Left-Turn Signals -- And Thoughtful News Readers (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
    • Combat the Capitalist Propaganda of the Car and the Shackles of Poor Planning: Walk (New Statesman)
    • Can't Decide Between a Bike and a Car? E-Fox Tries to Be the Best of Both (Star News)

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