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Today’s Headlines

9:02 AM EST on January 26, 2016

    • 2015 Likely Broke the Record for Driving Mileage in America (Fast Lane)
    • Why Is Transit Thriving Despite Cheap Gas and Record Car Sales? (Pacific Standard)
    • What Caused America's Biggest Train Wreck in Decades? (NYT)
    • Foxx Talks Louisiana Transpo With Gov. Bel Edwards (Times-Picayune)
    • The Push to Redefine Bike-Share as a Form of Transit (Next City)
    • A Transportation Vision for Boulder From Its Former Mayor (Daily Camera)
    • How Can L.A.'s Griffith Park Open Up for People Instead of Cars? (LA Times)
    • Atlanta's MARTA Expansion Depends on Sales Tax Revenue (Curbed Atlanta)
    • A Conversation With the New Head of Transit for Livable Communities in Minnesota (StarTrib)

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