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8:56 AM EST on January 21, 2015

    • In SOTU, Obama Calls for Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan But Evades Gas Tax (The Hill)
    • Foxx Plays Role of "Designated Survivor" During Speech (National Journal)
    • "Tax Reform" Could Be Plan B to Fund Transportation Bill (National Journal)
    • Honda Exec: Automakers Doing "Stupid Things" to Increase Sales (Bloomberg)
    • A Look at Szabo's Legacy as He Exits FRA (EE News)
    • Feds Lend Seattle $1.3B for 14.5 New Miles of Light Rail (RT&S)
    • USA Today Rounds Up States With the Highest and Lowest Gas Taxes
    • Express Routes Could Transform Bus Travel in Chicago Burbs (Chicago Trib)
    • Atlanta Streetcar -- Great for Tourists, But What About Commuters? (Atlanta Mag)
    • Outgoing Maryland Transpo Secretary: Why the Red Line is Worth It (Baltimore Sun)
    • Study Will Examine High-Speed Rail From Boston to Springfield (BostInno)

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