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Today’s Headlines

9:04 AM EDT on August 8, 2016

    • Lone Star Rail Project Faces Life-or-Death Verdict Today (American-Statesman)
    • DC Metro Faces Tough Prospects for Funding on the Hill; Foxx Praises Oversight Progress (WaPo)
    • How U.S. Downtowns Have Become Centers of Economic Strength (WSJ)
    • LA Metro Doesn't Have Enough Rail Cars to Meet Surging Demand for Expo Line (LA Times)
    • Austin's $720M Mobility Plan Gains Political Momentum (CBS Austin)
    • Ground Broken on Central Ohio's First BRT Line (WCBE)
    • Seattle Advocates Fight "Highway on Top of Highway" (Next City)
    • Detroit News: Compromises Strengthen Regional Transit Plan's Chances at the Ballot Box
    • Three Key Execs Leave Google's Self-Driving Car Unit (Recode)
    • How Olympic Host Cities Can Avoid Short-Sighted Transit Decisions (Wired)
    • The Dutch Are Beating Olympic Traffic on Two Wheels (WSJ)

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