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8:44 AM EST on December 9, 2014

    • Senator Susan Collins Pushes Back Against U.S. DOT Trucker Safety Move (LandLine)
    • Supreme Court Appears to Agree Amtrak Didn't Overstep Authority in Regulating Freight (E&ECQ)
    • House Transpo Appropriations Chair Tom Latham Retiring (The Hill)
    • Bike Messenger Profession Gets New Life With Amazon Prime Now (TechSpot)
    • Settling Soil Halts Attempt to Get Road Tunnel Borer Back Up and Running in Seattle (AP)
    • Georgia Gets Serious About Transpo Funding Solutions (Athens Banner-Herald)
    • New North Carolina Transpo Plans Includes Road Widenings, Light Rail (News & Observer)
    • MichiganIowa Governors Consider Changes to Gas Tax (MiNews26, WHOTV13)
    • Rep. Jeff Denham Tries Again to Block Federal Funding for California HSR (Record)
    • Transit Operators Face Pressure to Go to Work Tired -- And 3/4 Fall Asleep on the Job (Labor Notes)
    • Are Buses the Perfect Electric Vehicle? (Co.Exist)
    • Cars Kill 7 Times More Animals Than the Fur Industry (Modern Farmer)

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