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Today’s Headlines

8:52 AM EST on November 27, 2013

    • Car Loans: The Next Subprime Crisis (Salon)
    • Montgomery County, MD, Leaders Embrace BRT Plan (WaPo)
    • Commuter Rail Welcomed for Denver's Northern Burbs (Denver Post)
    • Intercity Bus Chains Lure Thanksgiving Travelers (AP)
    • Time is Running Out to Preserve Transit Subsidy for Federal Employees (Federal News Radio)
    • Modesto Bee Says California High-Speed Rail Setback Not a "Golden Spike"
    • Report: Walkable Cities See Better Business (Good)
    • Advocate Op-Ed: Downtown Baton Rouge Coming Back to Life
    • Wichita Considers Major Bus Expansion (Wichita Eagle)
    • Kennebec Journal: Maine Passenger Rail Has Potential

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