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Today’s Headlines

7:50 AM EST on January 26, 2010

    • Texting while driving is a primary offense for Missouri teens, but very few tickets are getting written (STLToday)
    • More evidence that transportation stimulus spending is viewed through the prism of job creation -- not sustainability or connectivity (CNN Money)
    • Dispute over hiring of local workers for the stimulus law's largest Amtrak project sparks controversy in Connecticut (The Day)
    • The Twin Cities' Central Corridor rail line is set to get three new stops (Finance & Comm.)
    • Denver planners are looking anew at HOT lanes and toll roads amid a state budget crunch, but still holding out hope for federal stimulus money (Post)
    • Trucking groups gin up grassroots opposition to tolling on Pennsylvania's I-80 (Land Line)
    • Electric car-charging company Better Place draws a massive $350m investment (GreenBeat)

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