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7:18 AM EDT on October 26, 2010

    • CT, MA Get $121 Million From the Feds for High Speed Rail Line (AP)
    • Florida, Other States Also Closer to HSR Future -- Barring GOP Victory (Transport PoliticCNBC)
    • Neal Peirce Shares Some HSR Lessons From Shanghai (Citiwire)
    • Auto Interests Whining They're Not Getting Enough of the TIGER II Pie (Infrastructurist)
    • DOT, EPA Propose First-Ever Emissions Standards for Trucks and Buses (FastLane)
    • Boston Planners Are Flipping Minimum Parking Requirements on Their Head (Globe)
    • Transpo Creates 14 Percent of GHGs, New Study Shows How Cities Can Monitor Their Own Emissions
    • Luxury Automakers Get Into the Bike Biz (Infrastructurist)
    • Seat Belts on School Buses Wouldn't Make Kids Safer (WVTM)
    • The Takeaway Wants to Know What Your Commute Looks Like

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