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8:59 AM EST on December 12, 2013

    • Funding Can't Meet Demand for "New Starts" Transit Projects (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Phoenix OKs Light Rail Extension (Arizona Republic)
    • Advocates Envision Better Rail for Virginia (Pilot)
    • Can California Take on High-Speed Rail Without Feds? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Porcari Leaves No. 2 U.S. Transpo Post for Private Sector (Baltimore SunWaPo)
    • NJ Transit Breaks Record With Thanksgiving Holiday Trips (
    • Do Steeper Fares for Late-Night Transit Turn Off Riders? (GGW)
    • Young Philadelphians Reject Car Culture (Newsworks)
    • Strong Towns Blog Makes the Case for "Good Enough Urbanism"
    • What's Going Wrong With London's Bike Share? (Atlantic Cities)
    • North County, CA, Officials Tout Health Benefits of Transit (KPBS)

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