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The following represents a sample of print and broadcast stories featuring MTI research and leaders.
|09/11/2017||Responding to Public Transit Criticism||Planetizen|
|09/07/2017||Quarterly Highlights: Mineta Transportation Institute, Karen Philbrick, Awarded Grants and Accolades||SJSU Research Foundation|
|09/05/2017||Vehicular Terrorism: Weighing the Benefits, and Worth, of Prevention||The RAND Blog|
|09/05/2017||Good Neighbors: Senior transportation ‘more than just a ride’||East Bay Times|
|09/03/2017||Brian Jenkins: Terrorists can use cars, trucks and vans to kill their targets. What's the best way to keep people safe?||Fox News|
|09/01/2017||National Preparedness Month: Do You Know How to Plan for a Disaster?||California State University|
|09/01/2017||Internal Affairs: Activist launches petition to rename a San Jose street after Barack Obama||Mercury News|
|08/29/2017||Op-Ed: San Jose Should Name a Street after Barack Obama||San Jose Inside|
|08/18/2017||Behind a WWII internment camp's barbed wire, two Scouts forged a bond. It endured when they both entered Congress.||Washington Post|
|08/18/2017||Vehicle attacks pose risk to N.J. and N.Y., but a relatively small one||myCentralJersey.com|