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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on October 8, 2014

    • How MARTA's Newest CEO Changed Course for the Struggling System (Gov Tech)
    • Students Worldwide Use Their Own Two Feet for Walk to School Day
    • Foxx Ferries Across the Puget Sound, as Washington Seeks Future Funds (Seattle Times)
    • The Strong Towns Message Is Going Nationwide (StarTrib)
    • Light Rail Still on for South Jersey Despite Setback With Feds (
    • Nashville Area Leaders Urge Action on Transit (Tennessean)
    • Why NYC's High Line Never Gets Old (New Yorker)
    • All Aboard Florida to Seek More Private Financing (Palm Beach Post)
    • After Two-Year Break, Weekend Commuter Rail Restored to South of Boston (Boston Globe)

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