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Today’s Headlines

    • Sen. Schumer (D-NY) calls for his chamber to back the House's $4B high-speed rail proposal (WTEN-TV)
    • Oops, Nevada Gov. Gibbons (R) -- turns out you haven't really locked down that federal money for a mag-lev train (LV Sun)
    • Census data shows percentage of workers commuting by transit rising by 0.1 percent annually (Dow Jones)
    • New Jersey GOP gubernatorial challenger Chris Christie's bad driving record inspires a negative ad from Gov. Jon Corzine (D) (Politico)
    • Indianapolis weighs the future of its nascent transit system (Indy Star)
    • Transportation industry becoming more influenced by local geography (Reuters)
    • Both LaHood and his deputy transportation secretary are on the sidelines for a high-profile airline antitrust case (Dow Jones, sub. req'd.)

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