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Today’s Headlines

9:20 AM EDT on September 2, 2010

  • Clyburn: Stock Trade Tax Could Pay For Transportation Bill (CBN)
  • Twelve Anti-Transit Conservative Myths (New Republic)
  • Middle-Aged Folks Could Benefit Most From Active Transportation (Gallup)
  • Chances Good That the Next Few Years Will Suck for Greens (Grist)
  • Meanwhile, Prominent Climate Skeptic Reverses Course (Nature)
  • DOT Touts New Manufacturing Standards for High-Speed Rail Cars (Transpo Nation, Fastlane)
  • Holocaust Ties Mar French Bid for High-Speed Rail Business (AP)
  • Experimental Hybrid Trains Will Make the Subway Greener (
  • Reason: States Doing a Better Job of Maintaining Roads (USA Today)
  • Could Cyclists Benefit From Crumbs of AASHTO's Highway Pitch? (BikePortland)

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