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9:00 AM EDT on October 8, 2015

    • Feds Ease Highway Standards, Increase Local Control for Slower Roads (Houston Chronicle)
    • Barbara Boxer: No Positive Train Control Without a Highway Bill (The Hill)
    • Twin Cities Considers Discount Transit Fares for Low-Income Residents (Star-Trib)
    • Augusta, GA, Looks to Add Transit Service and Better Bus Stops (WAGT)
    • Study: Millennials May Leave the Bay Area Due to Housing Costs (Urban Land Institute)
    • Alcoa Makes a Path for Its Davenport Plant Employees to Bike to Work (Quad City Biz Journal)
    • Bike Infrastructure Is an Election Issue in Delaware County (Delco Times)
    • Video: China's Insane Traffic Jams (Gizmodo)

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