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Today’s Headlines

7:49 AM EDT on October 26, 2009

    • The 2010 U.S. DOT budget remains hamstrung by an ongoing fight over allowing guns on board Amtrak (The Hill)
    • Miami city government adopts pro-urbanism, non-car-centric principles for future development (CNU Press)
    • Portland's streetcar secures a long-anticipated promise of federal funds (
    • Nebraska, a state not known for its progressive transport policies, begins weighing a vehicle miles traveled tax (Journal Star)
    • China's high-speed rail investment begins expanding economic accessibility (Newsweek)
    • What's a "spurb"? Schott's Vocab defines the new term (NYT)

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