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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EST on December 7, 2015

    • Obama Signs $305 Billion Five-Year Transportation Bill (The Hill)
    • What Did Lobbyists Get Out of the Bill? (NRDC Switchboard)
    • Money-Losing Amtrak Routes Could Be Opened Up to Private Competition (WSJ)
    • Minnesota's Growing Divide Between Urban and Rural (StarTrib)
    • How Did D.C.'s Streetcar Project Careen Off the Tracks? (WaPo)
    • Irony in Detroit: Downtown Recovery a Threat to Auto Showing Parking (Crain's Detroit)
    • Seattle Could Get Second Downtown Light-Rail Tunnel (Columbian)
    • Connecticut, Amtrak Agree to Finish Hartford Line (Daily Voice)
    • Self-Driving Cars Could Either Clear or Clog City Streets ( Philly)
    • Grants Fund Bike Projects for Central Iowa (Quad City Times)

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