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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM EST on December 17, 2014

    • Grist Shares the Details on Seattle's Mega Transportation "Fustercluck"
    • Senate Approves Rosekind as Highway Safety Chief (AP)
    • Transit Tax Benefit Will Lapse Again in 2015 (Federal News Radio)
    • Franken Not Pleased with Uber's Response on Privacy (The Hill)
    • Did Cromnibus Mess Up Funding for Twin Cities Light Rail? (Minn Post)
    • The "Slog" of Building D.C.'s Silver Line Reflects Nationwide Challenges (City Journal)
    • Maryland's New Governor Magnifies Urban vs. Rural Frictions (GGW)
    • Denver Area to Fund More Affordable Housing by Transit (Denver Biz Journal)
    • While Uber Struggles, Car-Sharing Services Play Nice With the Government (Next City)
    • Dearborn Opens New Transit Center Named After Rep. Dingell (Detroit News)
    • GGW Poll: "Protected Bikeway" Wins Over "Cycletrack"

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