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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EST on February 10, 2016

    • Republicans Won't Even Give Obama's Awesome Budget a Formal Hearing (MSNBC)
    • Key Democrat Embraces Obama's Plan for an Oil Tax (The Hill)
    • Yonah Freemark: How to Build a Streetcar that Works (NYT)
    • An "Invisible Pandemic" on Georgia's Roads (Georgia Today)
    • Telegraph: Why Do Drivers Get Away with (Attempted) Murder?
    • Obama's Budget Includes $17 Million for Jacksonville Bus Rapid Transit (Metro Jacksonville)
    • Feds May Start Regulating Megabus Safety (The Hill)
    • How the Waze App Is Changing Driving (Men's Journal)
    • Michigan Might Raise Speed Limit to 80 MPH (
    • San Francisco Set to Replace LOS with VMT (SF Planning Department)
    • Form Based Zoning Slowly Taking Over Connecticut (The Mirror)

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