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8:59 AM EST on November 16, 2015

    • Lobbyists in a Frenzy as Transpo Bill Takes Shape in Congress (AP)
    • Bill a "Rare Moment of Bipartisan Glee," But It Still Dodged the Gas Tax (WaPo)
    • Union Presses to Save Northeast Transit Funds (The Hill)
    • Feds Want "Fire Lit" for DC Metro Safety (WTOP)
    • New Study Will Look at Environmental Impacts of Uber and Lyft (The Verge)
    • GGW: A Lot Fewer People Will Drive If FBI Makes Smart Choice on New Home
    • What San Diego's Doing to Get Better With TOD (Voice of San Diego)
    • Detroit's New Transit Authority Can Take Lessons From Atlanta (Next City)
    • Hartford, CT, Could Either Win Big or Lose Big With NE Rail Plans (Hartford Courant)
    • North Texas Transit System Cut to Bare Bones (Dallas News)

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