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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EST on February 24, 2014

    • As He Plans for "Year of Action," Obama Heads to St. Paul to Talk Transpo (AP, Jamestown Sun)
    • California Bullet Train Gets Funding Extension (AP)
    • C40 Mayors Look at Challenges for Sustainable Cities (Green Biz)
    • $1.9B Federal Loan Moves Forward for Dulles Rail Project (PatchWaPo)
    • Now Half Complete, L.A.'s Gold Line Extension Expected to Spur Development (KPCC)
    • In Phoenix, Nonprofit Helps With Construction Along Light Rail (AZ Central)
    • Chevy Chase, MD Lawyers Up for Purple Line Fight (WaPo)
    • ... While Holocaust Ties May Block One Firm from the Project (NPR)
    • Pittsburgh Looks to Spread Transit-Oriented Development (WESA)
    • Two-Mile Dallas Streetcar Line Part of Broader Vision (Dallas Morning News)
    • Do Electric Scooters Belong in Bike Lanes? Toronto Says Yes (Treehugger)

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