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8:54 AM EDT on October 30, 2014

    • What Will DOTs Look Like in 50 Years? (Next City)
    • AP: Democratic Districts (a.k.a. Urban Areas) Won Bigger Share of TIGER Grants
    • Foxx Talks With The Hill About Congress's Failures on Transpo Funding
    • Work Continues on Nashville BRT, Even Though Mayor Pressed Pause (Nashville Post, Biz Journal)
    • If Voters Greenlight Light Rail in Pinellas, How Will It Work? (
    • Streetcar Debate Looms Large for Arlington, VA, Elections (WJLA)
    • Boston Bike-Share Doesn't Expect Changes Under New Ownership (
    • Why Is Carroll County, MD, Afraid of Transit? (Baltimore Sun)
    • Light Rail Plans Evolve for Chandler, AZ (Arizona Republic)
    • How Did Memphis Turn Into One of America's Best Bike Towns? (CityLab)
    • Writer Spends a Full Day Riding the T in Search of Boston's Spirit (Boston Globe)

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