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8:45 AM EDT on October 6, 2014

    • NYT Editorial: U.S. DOT Is Taking Too Long to Require Trucker Training
    • Even If the U.S. Opened High-Speed Rail Today, We'd Be 50 Years Behind Japan (Business Insider)
    • Gov. Rick Snyder Says Transportation Is a Priority in Michigan's Lame Duck (Crain's)
    • Utah's Transit and Smart Growth Investments Have Paid Off in Shorter Commutes (AP)
    • The Fault in Our Toll Roads (Texas Tribune)
    • Boulder Council Considers Experimenting With Protected Bike Lanes, Shared Streets (Camera)
    • Homobiles: Transportation for the Vulnerable and the Fabulous (NPR)
    • Georgia Trying Again With a Whole New SPLOST to Fund Transpo (And a Million Other Things) (MDJ)
    • Bike-Share Is Coming to Tucson (JRN)
    • People Respond to Massachusetts' Sane Gas Tax Policy With Crazy (Globe)
    • Buses on Northern Virginia's Congested I-66 Will Get Their Own Slow Lane (WaPo)

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