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8:59 AM EST on November 17, 2015

    • House Buys Time on Transpo Bill With Two-Week Patch (The Hill)
    • U.S. Transit Systems (i.e. Chicago, DC) Ramp Up Security After Paris Attacks (WGNTV, Roll Call)
    • Why California's High-Speed Rail Money Shouldn't Go to Roads (CityLab)
    • Funding Secured for Philly Subway Extension, But Some Are "Tired of Studies" (Philly Mag, Biz Journal)
    • Twin Cities Study Finds Barriers Between People of Color and Cycling (StarTrib)
    • Gut Reactions Explain Why Urbanism Is Pegged as "Liberal" (Urban Edge)
    • Feds Hold Back Funding on Honolulu Rail (Pacific Biz News)
    • NJ Star-Ledger: Hudson Rail Project Progressing, But Risk of "Traffic Armageddon" Still Looms
    • Four Cities Taking Creative Approaches to Parking Challenges (The Line Media)
    • In Minnesota, Bike Share Expands to Include ... Canoes (Smithsonian)

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