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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on March 15, 2016

    • Feds Want to See Two-Member Crews on Trains (WaPo)
    • Foxx "Not Surprised" by Google's Self-Driving Car Crash (Tech Times)
    • Seattle City Council Devotes Public Funds to Bike-Share (Crosscut)
    • Silicon Valley's BART Extension Gets Federal Approval (KLIV)
    • Amalgamated Transit Union Backs Bernie Sanders (International Biz Times)
    • Study: Minneapolis High-Schoolers See Improved Outcomes When They Use Transit (StarTrib)
    • Downtown Transit Corridor Replaces Scrapped Streetcar in Providence (RIPR)
    • Contract Coming for Long-Delayed Baltimore Bike-Share (Baltimore Biz Journal)
    • St. Paul Considers Car-Free Promenade (Pioneer Press)

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