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Today’s Headlines

8:52 AM EDT on October 1, 2014

    • L.A. Breaks Ground on Subway Link to Connect Downtown (L.A. Times)
    • For High-Speed Rail, Intermountain States Depend on California's Success (SL Trib)
    • After Kansas and Utah, Foxx Visits Portland Today to Tour Tilikum Crossing (Roll Call, SL Trib, Oregonian)
    • Rail-Trail Group Seeks Bike/Ped Path Along New All Aboard Florida Line (Orlando Biz Journal)
    • Final Designs to Begin for Fort Worth's 27-Mile TEX Rail (Star-Telegram)
    • New Station Will Connect Allston to Downtown Boston (Boston Globe)
    • Japanese Bullet Train -- The World's First -- Turns 50 Today (AP)
    • Under New Leadership, Atlanta Transit Might See Better Future (Peach Pundit)
    • Report: Long-Term Forecasting Rarely Informs Transportation Decisions (Governing)
    • Helsinki Strives to Go Car-Free By 2025 (Smithsonian)

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