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Today’s Headlines

8:53 AM EDT on March 24, 2016

    • Albuquerque City Council Approves BRT Project Over Anti-Transit Objections (ABQ Journal)
    • NY Gov Andrew Cuomo Approves $40M to Tear Down Waterfront Highway in Niagara Falls (Buffalo News)
    • FTA Inspectors Found Nearly 200 Safety Defects in D.C.'s Metro System (WAMU)
    • Officials in Alabama File Civil Rights Suit Over Transit Cuts in Mobile (WPMI)
    • New Transit Tunnel Linking New Jersey and New York Gets $70 Million for Preliminary Work (
    • Seattle Transportation Official Subject to Ethics Probe Over Bike-Share Buyout (Fox13)
    • Pushback Over Plans for Bus Rapid Transit in Lansing, Michigan (Lansing State Journal)
    • Suburban Atlanta Struggles to Build Consensus Around a Transit Solution (AJC)
    • Are Subprime Auto Loans the New Housing Bubble? (Bloomberg)
    • Showdown Between Affordable Housing and Parking in Portland (Willamette Week)

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