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Today’s Headlines

7:51 AM EST on February 18, 2010

    • More local takes on the White House's TIGER transportation grant program (Sun-Times, Oregonian, KC Star, WaPo, Tribune, Morn News, Star-Trib)
    • How D.C. is dealing with the road repair demands caused by its recent Snowpocalypse (WaPo)
    • Is transit scary for women? (Grist)
    • Houston isn't about to let San Francisco command the spotlight as the nation's "electric car capital" (Reuters)
    • Michigan's Democratic governor eyes gas tax increase and new fees to close transport budget gap (L. Daily)
    • Could slower shipping be a boon for transportation companies? For Maersk, the answer is yes (NYT)
    • When libraries hitch a ride on local transit networks (Polis Blog via Yglesias)

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