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Today’s Headlines

7:50 AM EST on February 11, 2010

    • How Florida's congressional delegation helped make its high-speed rail award happen (HuffPost)
    • Michael Lindenberger responds to this week's online back-and-forth over taxing gas v. VMT (Morn News)
    • Senate jobs bill -- with a highway trust fund extension but no TIGER money -- expected to be delayed for 10 more days (WSJ)
    • Chinese high-speed rail proving popular enough to scare airlines into fare cuts (Bloomberg)
    • Steven Pearlstein on what blizzards can teach us about local governance (WashPost)
    • Indiana transit planners propose a massive new public-private partnership including rail, buses, and new toll roads (Indy Star)
    • Vancouver Olympics officials bring in 99 new transit buses after California-based models couldn't handle step mountain-grade travel (Van. Sun)

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