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8:51 AM EST on February 4, 2014

    • NHTSA Wants to Require Automakers to Install Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications Technology (AP)
    • Indiana House Passes Transpo Bill (Inside Indiana Business)
    • Super Bowl Highlighted Another Bad Christie Decision: Canceling the ARC Tunnel (TSTC, NBC)
    • TxDOT on Dallas Highway Teardown Idea: We Don't Wanna (Dallas Morning News)
    • Virginia Figuring Out How to Spend Its Transportation Windfall (Roanoke Times, Bacon's Rebellion)
    • Delaware Seeks to Get a Handle on Paratransit Costs (Newsworks)
    • A Brief Overview of High-Speed Rail's Woes (National Journal)
    • One Map of All Inter-City Transit Connections in the United States (GGW)
    • Transit Riders Will Pay More, Wait Longer, and Walk Farther for Pretty Stations (Atlantic Cities)
    • Alta Moves on After Bixi's Bankruptcy, Teams Up With 8D (Bike Portland)
    • Walk to Transit, Get in Shape (KUHF)

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