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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EST on November 11, 2010

    • LaHood to Anti-Rail Governors: No, You Can't Use the Money for Highways (Reuters)
    • Where Is Support for Transit Strong? Wisconsin and Ohio, If You Look at Ballot Measures (MTR)
    • JetBlue Says Rail Makes More Sense Than Flying for Short Distances (Marketplace)
    • NJ Not Convinced It Needs to Pay DOT Back for Unbuilt ARC Tunnel (AP)
    • Union Contract Agreement Saves East Bay From Transit Service Cuts (Oakland Local)
    • New Bill in Michigan Would Require Drivers Ed to Teach Bike Safety (Examiner)
    • Historic Preservation Concerns Could Force New Dulles Metro Station Underground (WHSV)
    • VA Gov "Finds" Transpo Savings, Diverts Money to Roads (Business Week)
    • WV County Changes Its Mind on Tolls But Doesn't Have a Plan B (Daily Mail)
    • Myrtle Beach Accepts Taxes for Transit to Buoy Tourism (WMBF)
    • Fort Worth City Council Votes Yes on Parking Minimums - for Bikes (FortWorthology)

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