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8:55 AM EST on December 23, 2014

    • City Lab Looks Back at 2014's Top Transportation Breakthroughs as Roll Call Wraps Up Its Roundup
    • Will Streetcars in Atlanta and DC Actually Start Running This Year? (Decaturish, Railway Age)
    • Silver Line Snags Funds for Phase II in Northern Va. (Progressive Railroading)
    • Five Myths About the Federal Gas Tax, as Prices Hit Record-Breaking Low (WaPo, The Hill)
    • Next City Ranks the Best and Worst Urban Trends of The Year
    • Boston's 2024 Olympic Bid Hinges on Transit (Boston Globe)
    • Charleston, SC, Could See Trolleys, More Bikes and Less Downtown Parking (Post and Courier)
    • Developers Urge MD's New Governor to Move on Purple Line (Bethesda Mag)
    • In New Orleans, the Public Had Its Say This Year on Transit (Best of New Orleans)
    • San Fernando Valley Feels Left Out of L.A.'s Rail Growth (City Watch)
    • Helsinki Stands Out as Model for Smart Urban Growth (Co.Exist)

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