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Today’s Headlines

7:55 AM EDT on April 19, 2010

    • Erupting volcano continues to snarl flights, hobble infrastructure in Europe ... (NYT)
    • ... as even the most famous travelers seek road and rail alternatives (WSJ)
    • Trouble for Cleveland's Innerbelt Bridge project? Ohio state inspector issues critical report (Dispatch)
    • LaHood to attend Mississippi River bridge groundbreaking today (News-Dem)
    • Toyota's dilemma: Fight the U.S. DOT or pay up (USAT)
    • In the nation's capital, a great streetcar debate rages on (WaPo)
    • Local editorial board backs Michigan's move to create a regional transit authority (Free Press)
    • High-speed rail "whistle-stop tour" continues in upstate New York (Fox 23 News)
    • A positive review of Baltimore's new free downtown circulator bus (B. Sun)

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