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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on October 29, 2014

    • Nashville Mayor Puts the Brakes on BRT (Nashville Post)
    • Major Expansion Planned for NYC's Citi Bike (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Why Aren't the California Governor Candidates Talking About High-Speed Rail? (LAT)
    • Amtrak Looks Into Chicago Gridlock (Red Eye Chicago, Plain Dealer)
    • Obama Reportedly Searching for New Auto Safety Chief (Reuters)
    • It's a Good Bet Maryland's Purple Line Will Beat Ridership Predictions (GGW)
    • Detroit-Chicago Rail Would Travel 110 MPH for 10 Daily Trips (Detroit Free Press)
    • The World's Most Dangerous Transit Systems for Women (CNN)
    • Providence Journal: Vote Yes on Question 6 for Transportation
    • Downtown Denver Crowdfunds for Bike Lane Design (Denver Biz Journal)

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