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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EST on December 12, 2014

    • How Does Rail Fare in the House Spending Bill? (RT&S)
    • The Battle of the Purple Line Intensifies as Hogan Preps for Office in MD (WaPo)
    • ATU Slams Trucker Safety Setback in Spending Bill (The Hill)
    • 40% Drop in Crude Oil Prices Opens Door for Gas Tax Increase (Bond Buyer)
    • Amtrak Board Chair Pushes Congress for "Predictable, Dedicated Funding" (Railway Age)
    • The Myth Linking Transit and Crime Persists in Atlanta (CityLab)
    • Winning Team Comes in With Low Bid for Next Phase of California High-Speed Rail (AP)
    • In Philly: Tokens Phased Out; Rail to Return to Franklin Square? (AP)
    • Pinellas County, FL, Contemplates Transit Future After Greenlight Defeat (Suncoast News)
    • Walkability Linked to All Sorts of Benefits (CityLab)

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