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Today’s Headlines

7:55 AM EDT on May 12, 2010

    • Is the recession really easing? Not for many transport and construction companies (Reuters)
    • LaHood cruises on mag-lev train during visit to Japan (AP, Bloomberg)
    • A look at the local ramifications of the auto-bike culture clash (CNN)
    • Debate erupts in D.C. after transit union calls for 40mph maximum speeds on local rail, citing safety concerns (WashPost Blogs)
    • NYC mayor travels to London to view its transit security systems, including closed-circuit cameras (AP)
    • Elena Kagan, livable streets scion? New Supreme Court nominee's father helped kill urban superhighway as a member of a Manhattan community board (Village Voice, NYT)
    • Smart-growth campaigning heats up in the New York state capital (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Dallas transit agency prepares for some serious budget-cutting and belt-tightening (Morn News)

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