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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EST on March 1, 2016

    • Sigh: MARTA Expansion Bill Dies Without a Floor Vote (Creative Loafing)
    • New Bus-Only Lanes on the Ground in Jacksonville, Florida (Metro Jacksonville)
    • Nashville "Makes Down Payment" on Transit Expansion (NextCity)
    • Thanks to Budget Crunch, Boston's MBTA Kills Late Night "T" Service (NECN)
    • A Virginia Beach Council Member Wants to Intro Legislation to Stop Light Rail (13NewsNow)
    • Pedestrian Scrambles Coming to Santa Monica (LAist)
    • Washington Post: Are Americans Leaving Cars Behind?
    • Milan Will Pay People to Bike to Work (Guardian)
    • Cars: The Most Socialist Form of Transportation (Treehugger)
    • Mixed Reviews for DC's New Streetcar (NextCity)

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