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Get the Most Recent NCTCOG Transportation News with RSS

What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and makes it easy to find and read new information on Web sites with this feature. Essentially, a link to and summary of new Web content is sent directly to you as an "RSS feed."

Subscribing to one or more Transportation Department RSS feeds allows you to view links to new, topic-specific information in one place rather than having to check or search multiple Web pages. <More>

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How do I subscribe to, view and use RSS feeds?
Depending on personal preference, RSS feeds can be viewed in a Web browser toolbar as a "live bookmark" (e.g., Firefox, Internet Explorer 7) or a news reader (e.g., Google Reader, My Yahoo!, NewsGator). There are many other free, web-based RSS readers, also known as "feed aggregators," that can be used to subscribe to, view and manage RSS feeds. Scroll down for a step-by-step guide to subscribing to RSS feeds.

Topic Click to subscribe to the RSS feed
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 AddThis Feed Button  
Air Quality Updates AddThis Feed Button  
Legislative Update AddThis Feed Button  
Mobility 2035 Development AddThis Feed Button 
Press Releases AddThis Feed Button  
Publications AddThis Feed Button  
Public Meetings AddThis Feed Button  
Regional Toll Revenue Funding Initiative AddThis Feed Button  
Regional Transportation Council (RTC)
Agenda and Presentations
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Surface Transportation Technical Committee
Agenda and Presentations
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Transportation and Air Quality Funding Opportunities AddThis Feed Button  

Questions or suggestions for future RSS feeds
Have questions about RSS? Interested in a transportation or air quality topic not listed above? Let us know, (817) 695-9240 or

More about RSS
Many Web sites offer RSS feeds, usually labeled with an orange RSS feed icon small RSS icon, for Web pages frequently updated. Overall, RSS subscriptions allow you to quickly and efficiently access information of interest, in one place, from multiple Web sites and at your convenience. RSS readers are updated automatically with links to the new Web content.

Step-by-step guide to subscribing to RSS feeds

Set up an account with an RSS reader. This is generally free and takes only a few minutes. Or, if using Firefox or Internet Explorer 7, simply click on the RSS icon small RSS icon in the upper right corner of your Internet browser. A drop down menu will show feeds available. Click on the item(s) of interest to subscribe, similar to adding a "favorite" Web site link, in your Internet browser.

2. Generally, if using an RSS reader you can just click on the "subscribe" button next to the feed(s) above that you are interested in and then select your RSS reader from the list. However, depending on how you choose to view RSS feeds, steps for subscribing may vary slightly. You can also use your RSS reader's "add or find feed" feature and then copy and paste the .xml Web address of the selected feed into the chosen RSS reader.

3. Check your feed reader or live bookmark to see links to topic-specific information recently posted on one of the NCTCOG Transportation Department Web pages.

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