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8:59 AM EST on November 20, 2014

    • House Transpo Panel: Shuster Re-elected Chair, DeFazio Ranking Dem (Herald Mail, Oregonian)
    • Obama Picks NTSB Member as New Highway Safety Chief (The Hill)
    • Foxx Says Feds "Bullish" on High-Speed Rail, as Plans Develop for NEC (USA Today,
    • Does Uber's PR Snafu Signal Bigger Political Problems? (Politico)
    • Safety Concerns Delay Debut of Atlanta Streetcar (AP)
    • New State Transportation Advocacy Network Kicks Off (T4America)
    • Study: Bike Infrastructure Pays Off More Than Road Maintenance (Bike Portland)
    • After Metro-North Investigation, Feds Recommend Screening for Sleep Disorders (AP)
    • New Jersey Transpo Commissioner Urges Mayors to Find "Revenue Enhancers" (
    • Amtrak Considers Options for New Rail Line Through West Baltimore (Baltimore Sun)
    • Why Isn't Lansing, Michigan, Talking More About Transit? (Michigan Radio)

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