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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on October 5, 2010

    • Former DOT Chiefs: Transpo Shortfalls Eroding “American Prosperity” (WaPo)
    • DOT Announces New Funding for State of Good Repair Grants… at 1 Percent of Need (National Journal)
    • Rail Projects Hang in the Balance in Several Close Governors’ Races (NYT)
    • Reduced Demand for Cars Causes Drop in Manufacturing (The Hill)
    • Car Dependence and Sprawl Make It Hard for Seniors to Get Around (Detroit Free Press)
    • NJ Legislature, Governor Reach Deal to Restore Transpo Funds (Land Line)
    • Should School Buses Have Seat Belts? (AJC blog)
    • Trucking Lobby Backs Bill to Fund Transpo Projects With Diesel Tax Increase (Press-Telegram)
    • The Most Sprawling County in America Votes on a Land Use Plan (Star-Banner)
    • “Mad Men” Actor Takes Transit to Hollywood, Sees Cars as “Pollutants” (NYT)

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