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    • Federal transit regulators are investigating possible safety flaws in the foundations that are to hold up a major new rail extension in the D.C. area (WashPost)
    • Republicans still seeking consensus for plan to direct unspent stimulus money to transportation (WSJ)
    • Sen. Feinstein supports using unspent financial bailout money to seed a National Infrastructure Bank (CQ Transcripts - see middle of page)
    • Technology that disables cell phones in moving cars -- as opposed to promotion of hands-free devices -- is gaining traction as a strategy to combat distracted driving (NYT)
    • A plea from Pennsylvania to the feds: Approve tolls on I-80 and help the state avoid a funding crisis (Inquirer)
    • Maryland signs with a private company to manage Baltimore's port (WashPost)

(ed. note. Streetsblog Capitol Hill will be on a light publishing schedule today, but resume regular updates tomorrow.)

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