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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EST on January 7, 2014

    • Gov. Jerry Brown Eyes Cap-and-Trade Money for High-Speed Rail (Sac Bee)
    • Carbon Savings of Dense Cities Cancelled Out By Suburbs (NanoWerk)
    • The State of U.S. Bike-Sharing at the Start of 2014 (GGW)
    • Yes, David Axelrod, Other Cities Have Bike-Share. Ever Been to DC? (Treehugger)
    • Cold Weather Slows Down Amtrak Schedule on Northeast Corridor (WJLA)
    • A Stunning Picture to Remind You to Thank Transit Workers in Freezing Temps (Human Transit)
    • The Trucking Industry Looks Ahead to a Year of Lobbying for a Transpo Bill (Trucking Info)
    • The "First Mass Transit Super Bowl" Will Kick Non-Football Folks Off Transit (NJ.com)

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