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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on November 4, 2010

    • Hours After Election, Mica Suggests Dialing Back High Speed Rail, Even in His Home State (WaPo)
    • Transportation Lobbyists Will "Work With the Winners" (Finance & Commerce)
    • What's on Congress's To-Do List for the Lame Duck? All This Plus Transpo (AP)
    • What Tuesday's Election Results Mean for Transportation (Transport Politic)
    • ...And What They Mean for Bike Advocates (Bike Portland)
    • What Cyclists Lost When We Lost Oberstar (Bike Portland)
    • As Always, Texas Does It Just a Little Bit Bigger: GOP Wins "Doom" Transpo (Dallas Morning News)
    • El Nuevo Urbanismo -- How Latinos Are Combating Sprawl in the Sunbelt Southwest (CityFix)
    • Will Anti-Debt, Anti-Spending Sentiment Make Infrastructure Investment Impossible? (Transpo Nation)
    • Follow Britain's Lead: Cut Spending, But Not on Infrastructure (Infrastructurist)
    • Wisconsin Governor-Elect Pledges to Keep Campaign Promise, Stop High Speed Rail (Daily Reporter)
    • Ditto for Ohio (

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