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8:58 AM EST on December 18, 2015

    • Three Scenarios for the Future of Northeast Rail (WaPo)
    • Why Isn't Congress Fully Funding the Life-Saving PTC Technology? (Atlantic)
    • Baltimore Loans Amazon $100M to Fill in Transportation Gaps (Next City)
    • High Costs Aren't the Only Reason People Move Out of Cities (GGW)
    • How Orlando Failed to Snag Funds for Complete Streets (Center for American Progress)
    • Ride-Sharing Apps See Big Boom in Latin America (LA Times)
    • Weighing Savings vs. Service Cuts for Boston's T (Boston Globe)
    • Eight Cities' Successes With Safer Biking Designs (Bicycling)
    • Costs Go Down by Half for Building Minneapolis High-Speed Rail (MPR News)
    • Nashville Brings in New Transportation, Sustainability Leaders (Nashville Post)

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