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8:59 AM EDT on October 5, 2015

    • Potential Rail Shutdown Over Safety Tech Would Cost Economy $30B (The Hill)
    • Maneuvering Continues on Transpo Bill as Deadline Nears (WSJ)
    • California High-Speed Rail Could Survive a McCarthy-as-Speaker Scenario (Reuters)
    • WaPo: DC Metro's "Spectacular Failures" Have Warranted Federal Oversight
    • If the Car's Been Dethroned, What Next for Cities? (Chicago Trib)
    • San Diego Wants Looser Rules for Affordable Housing Near Transit (Voice of San Diego)
    • AllGov Takes a Close Look at New FRA Head Sarah Feinberg
    • Numbers Show Bike Commuting's on the Rise (CityLab)
    • Light Rail to Bring Aurora, CO, a Real Downtown (Denver Post)
    • Three Surprising Negatives of Cheap Gas Prices (Motley Fool)
    • What the Politics of Transportation Reform Look Like in Sao Paulo (NYT)

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