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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM EDT on November 1, 2010

    • ARC Aftermath: What to Do with $47 Million of Land? (
    • Public Supportive, but LaHood Irked About ARC Cancellation (, Bloomberg)
    • Amtrak Invests in a New Generation of Locomotives (WaPo)
    • Transportation Costs Emerge as Key Election Issue (Wired)
    • EPA Girds for Attacks on Climate Science (LAT)
    • Cars Ownership Losing its Luster Among Young Adults (Human Transit)
    • New York Gubernatorial Candidates on Transportation (Transpo Nation, TSTC)
    • Tampa Considers Tax to Raise Funds for Mass Transit (Transpo Nation)
    • DC: An Emerging Leader in Sustainable Transportation (GGW)
    • St. Paul Mulls Bike Sharing System (AP)

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