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9:15 AM EDT on March 14, 2014

    • Report Finds "Deficient Safety Culture" at Metro-North (NYT)
    • FTA Weighs In: Holocaust Bill Could Jeopardize Funds for Maryland's Purple Line (WaPo)
    • Smogged Out By Pollution, Paris Makes Public Transpo Free for Three Days (BBC)
    • Gov. McAuliffe Pledges to Help Pay for Virginia Beach Light Rail (Pilot)
    • Bill Passes to Allow Utah Transit Authority Engage in Real Estate Development (SL Trib)
    • Bacon's Rebellion: Regardless of Climate Change, Smart Growth Is a Good Idea
    • Protected Bike Lanes Can Come in Many Different Forms (People for Bikes)
    • Atlanta Mag Chats with MARTA's Transit-Oriented Development Champion
    • How Can We Protect Pedestrians at Events Like SXSW? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Chattanooga Goes for Complete Streets (
    • Livable Communities Research Center Opens at Western Michigan U. (M Live)
    • Would Expressway Plans Kill Light Rail to Clearwater, FL, Airport? (Tampa Bay Times)

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