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TN MOVING STORIES: Transpo Links from Around the Web

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 08:16 AM

TOP STORIES ON TN: 

BART labor talks continue, no strike Wednesday. (Link) Follow KALW News and Isabell Angel on Twitter for updates. 

Show me the money: some D.C. cabbies waiting weeks to collect credit card fares (Link)

 

WEDNESDAY LINKS: 

A baggage handler has been arrested in the LA airport dry ice bombings yesterday. Police say it could be related to a labor dispute. (AP via NPR)

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a major case challenging EPA regulations of greenhouse gas emissions. (NY Times)

Which is kind of what happened in Germany where the country has won backing of EU ministers to block a car emissions law. (Euractiv)

Citi Bike data is now live. If you do anything cool with it, tweet it at us @TransportNation or email us and we'll spread the word. (Citi Bike)

Amtrak is offering 31 percent discounts to celebrate a record 31.6 million riders last fiscal year. (The Hill)

A Chicago commuter is suing the CTA, claiming the Ventra card overcharges riders. (TransitWire)

As Kate Hinds puts it "I can say, without hesitation, that this is the best car commercial featuring both poultry and Diana Ross music." (You Tube)

An airport expansion near of Houston could lure more business travel north of the city. (KUHF)

And the NY MTA has installed neato cut paper art in Grand Central. (MTA) 

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Comments [1]

AMHess from New York, NY

There's no link for that last story.

Oct. 16 2013 09:26 AM

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