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8:44 AM EDT on March 11, 2014

    • Amtrak's 2014 To-Do List Includes Positive Train Control, NEC Updates (Railway Age)
    • Houston Chronicle and Grist Throw Cold Water on Record Transit Numbers
    • ... But Utah Has Every Right to Celebrate Its Frontrunner Transit Status (AP)
    • Bike League Responds to Questions About Need for Separate Women's Summit
    • Sen. Rubio Further Complicates Tax Reform Proposal, Which Was Already Unlikely (The Hill)
    • Rails-to-Trails Disappointed in Supreme Court Decision on Rail Right-of-Way
    • As Tunnel-Boring Stalls, Cracks Widen in Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct (Crosscut)
    • Caltrans Finally Delivers On (Some) Ancient Promises Made When It Divided a Neighborhood (Next City)
    • Unwanted New Georgia Road Could Bulldoze 1,000 Homes (WSBTV)
    • Though Obama Hasn't Gotten the Memo, Columbia River Crossing Is Really and Truly Dead (Railway Age)
    • Human Transit and Streetsblog LA Probe the Dangers of Automated Cars
    • London Proposes Bike Route System on "Quietways) (Atlantic Cities)

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