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July 23, 2014 8:07 PM

DOT proposal to lower speed of oil trains would exclude smaller cities

The U.S. Department of Transporation’s plan to slow crude oil trains with older tank cars in urban areas would not apply to some of the cities where derailments have occurred or where officials and residents are worried they might.

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