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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EST on January 11, 2016

    • Retiring Amtrak CEO Foresees "More Robust" Rail System (WBUR)
    • Boston Eyes Income-Based Discounts for Transit Riders (Boston Globe)
    • California Governor Steers Rising Cap-and-Trade Funds Toward Transit, Affordable Housing (Gov Tech)
    • Seattle Times Shares Details of Peter Rogoff's Three-Year Contract for "Non-Stop Work" on Sound Transit
    • Why Aren't the Feds Working on a National Policy for Driverless Cars? (Gizmodo)
    • How Will Driverless Cars Affect Bike Planning? (Planetizen)
    • There's a Development Boom By Dallas's New Toll Road (Dallas Morning News)
    • Uber Partners with TransLoc in Effort to Ally With Public Transit (Reuters)
    • How "Happy Maps" Can Change Our Experience of Cities (NPR/Ted Talks)

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