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8:56 AM EST on January 14, 2014

    • Omnibus Appropriations Bill Reportedly Has $2.1B for New Starts and $600M for TIGER (The Hill)
    • Will Shuster's Tea Party Challenger Push Him to the Right on Transportation? (HuffPo)
    • Fox News Challenges Ray LaHood on Gas Tax Hike Proposal (Newsmax)
    • What the Transit Tax Benefit Reduction Actually Costs DC Commuters (WaPo)
    • Virginia's New Tax on Hybrids and Electrics Brought in $2.5M in First Five Months (NBC-12)
    • Anti-Rail Florida Gov. Rick Scott Announces Billions in Road Spending (Miami Herald)
    • SC Gov. Haley: More Money for Roads Without Raising Taxes (WSAV)
    • Las Vegas "Project Neon" Road Widening Will "Improve Safety" (Sun)
    • DC's Streetcar May Be as Slow as Its Release (City Paper)
    • Colorado Snags $400,ooo Federal Grant to Educate About Hazards of Stoned Driving (AP)
    • "Ride the Bus and Create": A Work of Art for Each of Orlando's 71 Bus Lines (Sentinel)

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