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Today’s Headlines

9:31 AM EDT on October 22, 2010

    • Gov. Christie's ARC Cost Numbers Appear to Be Highly Exaggerated (Transpo NationAP, North Jersey)
    • Meanwhile, Christie Postpones Decision; ARC Gets Weekend Reprieve (AP)
    • Obama Will Pitch 20 Percent Cuts for Truck and Bus Greenhouse Emissions Next Week (Politico)
    • GOP's Man on Oversight Committee, Darrell Issa, Says He Won't Antagonize Obama (WSJ)
    • Meet Donald Shoup: the "Prophet of Parking" (LAT, Infrastructurist)
    • East Bay Will Have Nation's Densest Network of Urban Trails (Bay Citizen)
    • California Members of Congress Turn Out to Praise Crenshaw Light Rail Line (Streetsblog LA)
    • Writer Paul Goodman Called for Banning Cars in Manhattan -- in 1961 (Good)
    • Would DC Benefit from a Higher Gas Tax? (WTOP)
    • A Conservative Argument for Rail (Grist)

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