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Today’s Headlines

7:53 AM EST on February 26, 2010

    • Talking in-depth with Gabe Klein, D.C.'s pro-bike and pro-transit director of transportation (WaPo)
    • The overall benefits of freight traffic improvements, such as those funded by the TIGER program (Greenwire)
    • A look at the four GOP House candidates for 2010 who also own large auto dealerships (Roll Call)
    • The U.S. DOT echoes White House adviser Browner in warning that congressional efforts to block the EPA from regulating emissions would unravel the upcoming increase in fuel-efficiency standards (The Hill)
    • A reminder that Sen. Jim Inhofe (OK), top Republican on the environment committee, voted against rescuing the highway trust fund before he voted for it (NewsOK)
    • Yonah Freemark on the suburbs' lack of preparation for a new era of poverty (Next American City)
    • Colorado rail passengers' group files a National Environmental Policy Act lawsuit aimed at halting work on Denver's new FasTracks rail project (In Denver Times)

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