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7:49 AM EST on November 9, 2009

    • House Democratic Caucus Chairman John Larson (D-CT) backs new push for infrastructure spending to surmount high unemployment rates (The Hill)
    • The Obama administration's high-speed rail plans are sparking a rift between traditional transport groups and those who fear the usual suspects are taking a go-slow approach (GreenWire)
    • Is newly minted rail kingpin Warren Buffett this century's version of Cornelius Vanderbilt? (WSJ)
    • America's convoluted, car-clogged interchanges are crying out for rebuilding, but a few have become unlikely landmarks (NYT)
    • In the Miami area, voters may get a chance to repudiate sprawl at the ballot box (Bisc. Times)
    • Study finds that enough clean power is available for an electric-car boom -- in British Columbia (News 1130)

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