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Today’s Headlines

7:55 AM EDT on April 14, 2010

    • Supporters of more federal transit operating aid planning nationwide advocacy day next week, staged as a "funeral" for local rail and bus service (TEN Press)
    • LaHood hails New York Times' Pulitzer win as a victory for distracted driving campaigners (DOT Blog)
    • Oklahoma state DOT delays projects as federal funding from recent jobs bill has yet to materialize (T. World)
    • Amtrak starts high-speed rail group to maximize partnership potential on federally funded projects (Bond Buyer)
    • Safety Q&A with Jeff Moskos, former Baltimore police officer, author, and professor (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Obama administration's oil-drilling proposal raises the question: Just how much fossil fuel would it produce? (Newsweek)
    • Chrysler sharing technological info with NASA (CNNMoney)
    • China looks to rail to propel future economic growth (NYT)

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