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9:04 AM EST on February 24, 2015

    • 10,000 Low-Income Workers Travel Daily to Detroit Suburbs With No Transit (Free Press)
    • Slate: Why It's So Hard to Punish Drivers Who Kill Pedestrians
    • Pennsylvania "Flush With Cash" for Transportation After 2013 Tax Hike (Associated Press)
    • The Man Who Single-Handedly Started Dallas's Highway Teardown Momentum (D Magazine)
    • Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Says Streetcar Numbers Actually Above Projections (MyFoxAtlanta)
    • The Unpopular Eastern Corridor Highway Project in Cincinnati Might Be Officially Dead (Enquirer)
    • States Scrambling to Make Up for Declining Federal Highway Funding (Baltimore Sun)
    • Houston Public Media: More Money Can't Fix Texas's Road Problem
    • Governing: Boston's Transit Troubles Can Be Traced to Weak State Support

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