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No nighttime Purple Line?:
The University of Maryland has suggested that the Purple Line not stop on campus after 10 pm
over fears of campus safety and security. This could pose a problem for students, who could possibly be up after 10 pm. (Patch)
Ike's family wants more time:
Dwight Eisenhower's granddaughter wants more time
to reach a consensus on the Frank Gehry design for the Eisenhower Memorial. She particularly objects to its large metal screens as "impractical and unnecessary." (DCist)
Unions against transit:
Municipal unions in Virginia Beach are opposing a light rail referendum
because they think transit competes against raises for workers. (RPUS)
New city will be empty:
While some cities strive to become better for human residents one city in New Mexico is being built to have no people
. The city will be a testing bed for various new technologies. (Fast Company)
LA gets its groove back:
For too long the auto city has neglected its rail infrastructure, but Mayor Villaraigosa's push for more and better transit is starting to pay dividends
. Angelenos are rediscovering the rail, and they like it. (SacBee)
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