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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM EDT on October 13, 2015

    • Is California's New "Motor Voter" Law Discriminatory? (Daily Caller)
    • DC Metro Board Could Get a Makeover (WAMU)
    • LA Metro CEO: Transit Officials Need to Care About Gentrification (LA Times)
    • The Boston Globe's Take on the Death of Nashville's BRT -- and Nashville's Response
    • Planetizen Makes the Case for the Economic Value of Bike Improvements
    • Lyft's Plans to Build a New Mode of Transport With the Private Car (MIT Tech Review)
    • Will USC Employees Drive More Without Subsidized Transit Passes? (LA Times)
    • Salt Lake City Wants to Put Housing in the Middle of Extra-Wide Roads (Gizmodo)
    • Amtraks Allows Pets on Board on Two Northeastern Lines (WaPo)
    • A Small Town in Michigan Embraces Walkability to Reverse Decline (CNU)

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