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8:49 AM EST on November 9, 2010

    • Mica Promises "Full Review" of Selection Process for TIGER, Rail Grants (Reuters)
    • NJ Ordered to Reimburse Feds for ARC Tunnel Work to the Tune of $271 Million (
    • Could Amtrak Save the Tunnel That Gov. Christie Killed? (Star-Ledger)
    • Wisconsin Governor Explains His Stop-and-Go Actions on Rail (Transpo Nation)
    • Who Wants the Federal Rail Money Wisconsin and Ohio are Shunning? New York, for One (WSJ)
    • Sens. Voinovich, Carper Make Futile Call for a 25 Cent Gas Tax Hike (National Journal)
    • Mica's the New Big Man on Capitol Hill as He Prepares for Chairmanship (St. Augustine Record)
    • San Antonio Gets a Livability Makeover (Express-News)
    • The Geometry of Transit Station Spacing: Balancing Coverage and Speed (Human Transit)
    • Central Indiana Unrolls Ambitious New Multi-Modal Transpo Plan (WXIN)
    • Some Enviros Prefer Tree Growth to Smart Growth (NYT)

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