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Today’s Headlines

8:56 AM EDT on March 19, 2014

    • Amtrak Asks for 16% Funding Bump From Congress (Railway AgeThe Hill)
    • Will the Tennessee House Kill Nashville BRT? (Tennessean)
    • Baton Rouge to New Orleans: 1.5 Hours, 10 Bucks (Times-Picayune)
    • Netherlands' "Cycle Path Society" Marks 100-Year Anniversary (Treehugger)
    • Report: Development Choices Will Make the Difference for Downtown San Jose (Mercury News)
    • NJ Spotlight Profiles the Man Who Formed NJ Transit, and the Project He's Still Bitter About
    • International Urban Scholars Converge in San Antonio (SA Current)
    • Honolulu Wants to Study Merging Rail, Bus Into One Agency (KITV)
    • In Mexico City, "Bicitekas" Take Night Rides to Raise Cycling Profile (PRI)
    • Plan Calls for More Walkable Athens, GA (Flagpole)
    • How Will BRT Work for Rockville Pike? (GGW)

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