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8:47 AM EDT on September 23, 2014

    • U.S. DOT Announces $3.6B for Transit Resiliency on East Coast (AP)
    • Dem Lawmakers Kick Off Rail~Volution With Plea For More Money (Finance & Commerce)
    • U.S. DOT Sued Over Failure to Produce Truck Driver Training Rule (Go By Truck)
    • Distracted Walking Causing Rise in Ped Fatalities? Nobody Knows But WaPo Says Yes
    • Ann Arbor Transit Expands Hours, Increases Ridership (WEMU)
    • Indiana Toll Road Operator Goes Belly Up (Planetizen)
    • DC Mayoral Frontrunner Calls For Vision Zero... But GGW Commenters Don't Buy It
    • Virginia Probably Won't Get to Build Its New Toll Road Along Route 460 (Register Guard)
    • A Bike-Share Model For Cities Where Traditional Bike-Share Doesn't Work (Next City)
    • City Clock Ranks America's Most Car-Independent Neighborhoods
    • A City's Footprint Is Intimately Linked to Its Carbon Footprint (WaPo)

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