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Today’s Headlines

8:56 AM EST on January 7, 2015

    • High-Speed Rail Breaks Ground in California (Sac Bee, LAT)
    • The Hill Points to Five New Transportation Players to Watch This Year in Congress
    • WaPo: Washington Has Its Best Chance in Years to Raise the Gas Tax
    • Boston's Green Line Extension Gets $996M From Feds (Progressive Railroading)
    • Cheap Gas, Strong Car Sales Don't Mean Americans Are Driving More (Roll Call)
    • Atlanta Beats DC to the Punch With Streetcar Launch (Metro Business Media)
    • It's Tough to Be Stuck in the Middle Between Car Commuting and Public Transit (Vox)
    • How Can America's Suburbs Grapple with Rising Poverty? (The Atlantic)
    • Expect to See Detroit Shift Away From Freeways (Detroit News)
    • Pittsburgh Pumps More Funds Into Cycling (Trib Live)

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