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8:44 AM EDT on March 24, 2014

    • DoJ Files Criminal Charges Against Toyota, Reaches $1.2B Deferred Prosecution Agreement (CBS)
    • Metro Debate Over Raising Bus Vs. Rail Fares Really a City Vs. Suburbs Issue (WaPo)
    • Washington Post Editorial: DC Must Deep-Six the Height Act, Zone for Smart Growth
    • Driving Like It's 1995 -- A Slew of Charts Show How Significant the Drop-off Really Is (Investing)
    • After Years of Talk, Money Materializes for Still-Controversial MA South Coast Rail (Herald News)
    • Wheelwomen Switchboard Launches, an Online "Big Tent" for Women Who Bike (Oregonian)
    • Bakersfield Area Plans to Up Bike Spending 700%, Limit Sprawl and New Roads (Bakersfield Californian)
    • "Unbearable Pressure to Develop" Stops BRT in Its Tracks in Provo, Utah (Daily Herald)
    • In LA, Sharing the Road Starts With Sharing the Blame (Neon Tommy)
    • Is a Monorail Really the Best Transit Option Between Nashville and Murfreesboro?  (Tennessean)
    • Does the Buy-America Mandate Hurt Transit? (Smart Growth for Conservatives)
    • The Award-Winning "Vertical Rail Hub" Makes No Sense (Motherboard)

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