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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM EDT on September 13, 2010

    • FTA Readies More Aggressive Transit Safety Regulations (WaPo)
    • 21 Transportation Projects That Could Use Federal Funds (Business Insider)
    • Infrastructure Investment Key to Economic Recovery (NYT)
    • Why More Transit Equals More Jobs (T4America)
    • Cost of Treating Obesity Set to Skyrocket (Boston Globe)
    • New York Real Estate Takes a Hit Where Transit Cuts Are Deepest (WSJ)
    • Schwarzenegger to Survey Rail Companies During Asian Trip (Bloomberg)
    • A New Patch of Green Graces Washington's Riverfront (WaPo)
    • Do Fossil Fuel Disasters Have the Power to Mobilize People Against Oil Dependence? (Grist)
    • New Yorkers Embrace Two-Wheeled Transportation (AOL)

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