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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM EDT on October 2, 2015

    • Foxx Says Plans Are Finally Moving for Hudson Rail Tunnel (NYT)
    • As DC Metro Faces Federal Oversight, Riders Say "Hell Yeah" (Progressive RR, WaPo)
    • Boehner Urged to Pass Transpo Bill Before Hitting the Road (The Hill)
    • Countdown Starts for Rail Shutdown if Congress Doesn't Act (The Hill, Progressive RR)
    • In San Diego, Climate Plan Clashes With Transportation Plan (KPBS)
    • Public-Private Group Tackles Pittsburgh Transit Issues (WESA)
    • Will NJ Commuters Face Even More Fare Increases? (Bloomberg)
    • The Electric Bus That Could Take Over the Streets (Fast CoExist)
    • Missouri's Katy Trail Could Expand to KC With Railway Purchase (AP)
    • How the New SunRail Stations Are Shaping Up (Orlando Biz Journal)

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