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8:59 AM EST on March 2, 2015

    • Segregation Remains Rampant in America's Transportation System (Slate)
    • All Eyes on Seattle as Low-Income Transit Riders Get a Break (NYT)
    • Congress Is All Talk on Transpo Funding, But Iowa Acts (Transport Topics)
    • "Devolution" to States Seems More and More Unlikely (Fleet Owner)
    • It's Been a Bad Winter for East Coast Transit (Salon)
    • Seneca, SC, Debuts World's First All-Electric City Bus Fleet (USA Today)
    • Park Board Relents in Twin Cities Light Rail Dispute (Minn Post)
    • Honolulu Plans to Build Parking at Four of 20 New Rail Stations (Hawaii News Now)
    • Edinburgh Streets Prove the Value of Lower Speed Limits (Next City)

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