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8:44 AM EDT on October 27, 2014

    • Administration Will Investigate Whether NHTSA Is Too Close to Auto Industry (NYTThe Hill)
    • Sen. Blumenthal's Bill Would Shine Light on Overseer/Industry Ties (ABC)
    • How the Rail Industry Funds Anti-CA HSR Rep. Jeff Denham's Rise to Power (Modesto Bee)
    • Charlotte Observer Takes a Look at How Former Mayor Foxx Is Doing at U.S. DOT
    • WaPo's Dr. Gridlock on the Lessons of Last Week's Forum: Whatever the Future, Fix-It-First
    • Illinois Gas Tax Crackdown Recoups $100M From Delinquent Stations (NBC5)
    • DDOT Outlines First Steps in Pro-Bike/Walk/Transit MoveDC Plan (WaPo)
    • Nevada Slams the Door on Uber (KOLO8)
    • The Price of Winter Driving Includes Over-Salinated Watersheds (Press Republican)
    • Coast-to-Coast Florida Bike Trail Project Has Powerful Supporters (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Calgary-Area "Ranchettes" Risk Spreading Urban Sprawl All the Way to the Rockies (Troy)
    • How's This for a Transit Benefit: Nine Pounds of Gold for Dubai Straphangers (NYDN)

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