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Today’s Headlines

9:01 AM EST on February 16, 2015

    • Is Transit Funding at Risk in the Federal Transpo Bill? (The Hill, Roll Call)
    • House Panel Approves Amtrak Bill (Progressive Railroading)
    • Maryland's New Transpo Secretary Faces Big Decisions With Purple, Red Lines (WaPo)
    • David Plouffe Tackles "Biggest Campaign of His Life": Working for Uber (Politico Mag)
    • Transport Topics: Ice Might Be Cracking on Transpo Stubbornness in Congress
    • Blumenthal, Schumer Intro Bill to Improve Rail Crossing Safety (CT Post)
    • Federal Funds Seem Safe for SunRail, Despite Obama's Snub (Orlando Biz Journal)
    • The Beltline's Significance to Atlanta (CityLab)
    • Seattle Slows Down Driving Speeds (Seattle Times)
    • How Twitter Rates Transit Agencies (Yahoo Tech)

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