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9:02 AM EST on March 9, 2010

    • The Federal Transit Administration has catalogued the safety lapses and management troubles at D.C.'s Metrorail transit system in a new audit (WaPo)
    • Many local hiccups remain unresolved in California's march towards high-speed rail connectivity (AP)
    • The battle to win more access to stimulus business for minority-owned transportation contractors gets an in-depth look (AP)
    • Jack Schramm, known as Detroit's local "transit historian," dies at age 85 (Det. News)
    • Obama taps a new nominee to lead the Transportation Security Administration (WaPo)
    • Work on Wisconsin's high-speed rail line could start within weeks (J-S Online)
    • California claimed a significant share of a new round of transit stimulus grants ... (Boxer Press)
    • ... while oil companies attempt to roll back the state's landmark climate change law (Streetsblog LA)

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