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8:37 AM EST on February 10, 2014

    • California HSR Marches Forward With Same Deadlines Despite Setbacks (AP)
    • To Avoid Future Snowjams, Atlanta Must Invest in Transit (Gainesville Times)
    • Virginia Lawmaker Seeks to Ensure that New Transpo Dollars Are Spent Wisely (Times Dispatch)
    • Sen. Baucus, Champion for Rural Highway Funding, Retires (Missoulian)
    • New Jersey Can't Figure Out Who's Supposed to Be Clearing Snow From Bus Stops (Patch)
    • Some Love For Oregon Transit, Helping People Get Through Snowstorm (OregonLive)
    • Bike-Share Comes to Cincinnati This Summer (WBNS-10TV)
    • Mapping "Transit Deserts" Harder Than It Appears (Atlantic Cities)
    • "Drivers Need to Realize the Use of Roads Is Evolving" -- On Orders From U.S. DOT (Coloradoan)
    • Car-Free Households on the Rise: Stats on the 10 Cities With the Lowest Car Ownership (USA Today)
    • Study: Obesity, Diabetes Risk 33% Higher in Drivable Suburban Areas (Sourceable)

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