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    • LaHood hits upstate New York to talk up the potential future of local high-speed rail (Roch Biz Jrnl, RocNow, EmpireStateNews)
    • Passage of new sales tax to fund transit sparking recriminations among St. Louis tea partyers (Post-Dispatch)
    • U.S. DOT pledges $200 million for the cross-Hudson River transit tunnel (Star-Ledger)
    • Local crackdowns on distracted drivers touted as the start of a nationwide trend (Post-Standard)
    • The home buyer's tax credit may be on its last legs in Congress ... (The Hill Blog)
    • ... as its members return to Washington for a make-or-break attempt at climate legislating in the Senate (The Hill Blog)
    • Pennsylvania state GOP lawmaker proposes a package of solutions to close the transport funding gap opened by the federal rejection of new tolls on I-80 (Prog. RR'ing)
    • L.A. transit agency strikes deal to install natural gas fueling stations for buses (CEFC Press)

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