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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EST on January 22, 2014

    • America Embarks on "Second Rail Boom" (Forbes)
    • Amtrak CEO Calls Highway Trust Fund "Dead" (Progressive Railroading)
    • There's No Shortage of Ideas on Transpo Funding, But Also No Easy Answers (National Journal)
    • L.A. Makes Progress With Light-Rail, But Not to LAX (APCurbed L.A.)
    • What Are the Chances for High-Speed Rail From San Antonio to Mexico? (SA Current)
    • Cleveland Plans to Double Its Bike Network (AP)
    • Could a Gondola Between Mountains Enhance Transportation in Utah? (Next City)
    • Keystone Politics Picks Apart Lehigh Valley's Walkability Goals
    • Indy Star: Central Indiana Getting Closer to Robust Transit
    • Yglesias: Politicians Should Care More About Bus Lanes (Slate)

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