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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EST on December 1, 2014

    • How the U.S. Fell Short on Domestic Streetcar Manufacturing (WaPo)
    • Puerto Rico Avoids Transit Shutdown at 11th Hour (Reuters)
    • D.C. Metro Faces Service Cuts If Jurisdictions Don't Pitch in More Funds (WaPo)
    • House Dem Lipinski Wants to Revisit Transit Tax Break During Lame Duck Session (The Hill)
    • Northeast Rail Expansion Would Bring Boosts for Connecticut (CT Post)
    • What's Next for Texas Transportation Now That Prop 1 Passed? (Texas Trib)
    • Boston Globe: Refurbished Commuter Line Will Revitalize Boston Fringes
    • Phoenix, Tucson Could Get Cozier With Rail Link (AZ Central)
    • Minnesota Steers Policy Toward the Multimodal Millennials (Star Trib)
    • Cincinnati Makes Headway With Downtown Rail-Trail (

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