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8:58 AM EST on December 19, 2014

    • Roll Call Rounds Up the Year's Most Encouraging Transportation News (Part I and II)
    • How Can Northern Virginia Maximize the Benefits of the Silver Line? (CAP)
    • Amtrak Service Returns to Massachusetts' "Knowledge Corridor" (Recorder)
    • Costs for Honolulu Rail Project Could Balloon by $750M (Hawaii News Now)
    • In D.C. Area, It Looks Like Rich and Poor People Are Biking More Than Average (GGW)
    • How Lower Gas Prices Could Encourage Sprawl in Houston (Houston Chron)
    • Uber to Take a Three-Month Hiatus in Portland (NYT)
    • New MD Governor's Comments on the Purple Line Aren't Encouraging (WaPo)
    • The Court Case That Could Transform California's Approach to Climate Change (CityLab)
    • In West Seattle, Baby Steps Toward Light Rail (West Seattle Blog)

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