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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM EDT on September 8, 2014

    • Because of Federal Funding Uncertainty, Tennessee Pulls Plug on Road Projects... (Times News)
    • ... While Vermont Cuts Spending... (AP)
    • ... And North Carolina Looks for Corporate Sponsors (AP)
    • Car2Go Acquires Multi-Modal Transpo App RideScout (CleanTechnica)
    • California Explores Taxing Miles Driven, Runs Up Against Predictable Opposition (U-T San Diego)
    • Schumer, Blumenthal to Introduce Rail Safety Legislation (News 10)
    • Why Don't Taxis Follow Uber and Lyft's Lead and Taxi-Share? (Salon)
    • Milwaukee Developers Lure Tenants With Streetcar (Journal-Sentinel)
    • Rust Belt Cities Struggle to Repurpose Old Train Terminals (Belt)
    • Infographic Explains China's Carbon-Pricing Plan to Reduce GHGs 45 Percent (MoJo)
    • Playable Urbanism: Not Just for Children (Guardian)

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