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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM EDT on October 30, 2015

    • Obama Signs Transpo Patch, As Advocates Eye New November 20 Deadline (The Hill)
    • DOT Doles Out $500M in TIGER Grants, Full List Here (The Hill)
    • Big Winners Include: Rural AreasMaine Rail, Charlotte's Gateway Station (TT, AP, WBTV)
    • Bike, Streetcar Projects Also Get Some Love (Free Beacon)
    • How Well Can Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell Play Together on Transpo Bill? (CNN Politics)
    • Senate Confirms Sarah Feinberg, Passes Train Safety-Tech Extension (Progressive Railroading)
    • D.C. Metro News: New GM, Bipartisan Politics, and Record TOD Potential (WaPo)
    • Experts Brainstorm How to Solve Seattle's Traffic Gridlock (Seattle Times)
    • How a Small White House Office Held Up a Critical Driver Safety Reg (Reuters)
    • Virginia Beach Light Rail Advocates Mobilize to "Save the Tide" (Pilot)
    • Kansas City Warms to Microtransit (KCUR)

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