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Today’s Headlines

10:46 AM EDT on August 13, 2014

  • Republicans See Uber as Helpful Tool (The Hill)
  • Private Companies Have Already Opened the Door to Tracking Vehicle Miles (NextGov)
  • Why Did DEA Pay Amtrak Informant for Passenger Records? (Roll Call)
  • There's Been Zero Fatalities from U.S. Bike-Sharing (Vox)
  • Why California Makes Sense as the New Frontier for High-Speed Rail (CityLab)
  • Obstacles Remain as Minneapolis Preps for Light Rail Vote (StarTrib)
  • The Debate Continues: Are Streetcars Worth It? (CityFix)
  • Colorado Study: Walkable Cities Have Lower Disease, Obesity Rates (Denver Biz Journal)
  • Time Counters NYT's Take on Obama's High-Speed Rail Program
  • Hillsborough County Moves Toward Transpo Tax on 2016 Ballot (CL Tampa)
  • Performance-Based Approach Brings New Trends for Zoning (CityLab)
  • Dallas Observer Shows How a Regional Transpo Planner Can Play King

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