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8:55 AM EST on November 25, 2013

    • Pennsylvania Finally Passes Transpo Bill (Inquirer)
    • Among Other Things, the Bill Raises PA Speed Limit to 70 on Some Roads (Tribune-Democrat)
    • Will Washington State Get Its Transpo Bill Done? (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Bus-Only Lanes in Calgary Reduce Congestion for Everyone (Metro News)
    • The Men Behind the Curtain of Penn Station's Daily 1,200-Train "Ballet" (NJ.com)
    • Central Indiana Transit Funding Package in the Works (Reporter Times)
    • Has America Hit Peak Gas? Yeah, 10 Years Ago. (Scientific American)
    • LA Times Advises Measure J's Sponsors Not to Rush Back to the Ballot
    • How Transit Puts More Jobs Within Reach of Low-Income Workers (Strib)
    • Boston Needs High-Speed Rail (Globe)
    • How Do You Transform a Community After a Century of Neglect? (RWJF)
    • The Lotus Flower in the Sky and 11 Other Outlandish Ideas for Cities (UBM Future Cities)

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