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Today’s Headlines

8:44 AM EST on November 10, 2014

    • NYC's Biggest Subway Hub Opens Today (APNY1)
    • All the Election Proves Is Cities Are Weak and Subject to Rural Domination (Salon)
    • Yeah, Transpo Funding Probably Won't Get Solved During the Lame Duck (The Hill)
    • Despite Losses in Neighboring Counties, Tampa Will Go Forward With Transit Vote (TBO x2)
    • Repeal of Automatic Gas Tax Increases Will Cost Charlie Baker's Massachusetts $100M (MassLive)
    • Virginia Attorney General Severely Limits Arlington's Ability to Tax Itself for Streetcar (WaPo)
    • How to Use Data to Advocate for Transit Equity: Denver Edition (National Equity Atlas)
    • Cost Estimates Balloon for Caltrain Electrification (Examiner)
    • Google Mis-Diagnosed the Problem, But Self-Driving Buses Could Be the Solution (CleanTechnicaQuartz)
    • Car Tech That Can Save Pedestrians', Cyclists' Lives (AP)
    • These Homeowners Believe Losing Their Front Yards for Road Widening Is Worth It (August Chronicle)

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