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Today’s Headlines

9:22 AM EDT on September 24, 2010

    • Transit Ridership Up for the First Time Since 2008 (Transpo Nation)
    • Villaraigosa Bangs on Doors in Washington, Touts 30/10 Plan (Reuters)
    • Can the Senate Pass a Scaled-Down Energy Bill? (Politico)
    • EPA's Jackson Calls Industry Climate Claims "Scare Tactics" (The Hill)
    • Governors Could Put a Kink in Obama's Rail Plan (BusinessWeek)
    • Candidates Spar Over Big Dig Costs in Massachusetts (Boston Herald)
    • Why the Hudson River Transit Tunnel Needs to Get Built (Star-Ledger)
    • Blumenauer Reaches Out to Bike Industry at Trade Expo (BikePortland)
    • Maryland Plans to Turn New Carrollton Metro into a Walkable Neighorhood (WaPo)
    • Amtrak Chairman Faces Republican Scrutiny (WSJ)

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