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Today’s Headlines

8:52 AM EDT on July 16, 2014

    • House Passes 10-Month Stopgap for Transpo Bill (NYT) And Now Eyes Turn to Senate (Politico)
    • How the "Boring Highway Trust Fund" Became a Lightning Rod for GOP (Slate)
    • How Do Low-Income Washingtonians View Cycling? (CityLab)
    • More and More, Car-Loving Cities Turn to Light Rail (Next City)
    • Pro-Rail Group in Austin Raises Big Funds (Statesman)
    • Report: Costs High, Fares Low for New Orleans Transit (Times-Picayune)
    • Montgomery County, MD, Gets New Planning Chair (GGW, WaPo)
    • Atlanta Streetcar Opening Delayed Until November (AJC)
    • Jarrett Walker Looks at Tucson's Transit Future (Tucson NewsHuman Transit)

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