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Today’s Headlines

8:48 AM EDT on March 10, 2014

    • Transit Ridership at Its Highest Point Since the Rise of the Suburbs (AP, NYT)
    • Camp Looking to Obama for a "Common Road" on Tax Reform (The Hill)
    • Senate Dems to Pull an All-Nighter for the Climate Tonight (The Hill)
    • When "Local Control" Means State Government Controls the Locals... (Tennessean)
    • ...Sometimes the States (i.e. SC) Threaten to Buy Back State Roads (Post & Courier)
    • As Forecasts Vastly Overestimate Traffic, Philly Area Reconsiders Road Plans (Inquirer)
    • Will California Gas Prices Rise Next Year When Fuel Is Subject to Cap and Trade? (AP)
    • Detroit's M1 Woodward Line Could Start Running in 2016 (Freep)
    • Mayor Notes Positive Side Effects of Losing the Columbia River Crossing (OPB)
    • Expert Explains How Calgary Can Remove a Car Lane Without Adding Travel Time (Herald)
    • If You Want to Build Support for a Transit Tax, Copy This Op-Ed From Utah's Deseret News
    • How a Timber Company Sold Its Plan to Metastisize Sprawl and Log the Forest (Gainesville Sun)

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