Today’s Headlines

  • Bus factory made famous by Obama’s stimulus is now laying off workers (NYT)
  • Illinois works both sides of the high-speed rail equation (Trib)
  • LaHood promises to deliver federal transit aid to help Chicago win the 2016 Olympics (WLS-TV)
  • U.S. DOT strengthens drug-testing rules for commercial license holders (Morning News)

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