Stuart Flashman

Attorney

Guest

Attorney in Oakland representing the environmental group the Planning and Conservation League as well as two transportation groups

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The Department of Transportation says Americans are driving  less  and riding more on public transit; $4 a gallon gasoline has led Congress to finally authorize $14 billion for Amtrak,…

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