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Today’s Headlines

8:40 AM EST on November 16, 2010

    • DOT Will Redistribute Rejected High Speed Rail Funds (WaPo)
    • Reluctant Senate GOP Leader McConnell Agrees to Earmark Ban (The Hill)
    • Rahall Wants Top Dem Post on Transpo Committee to Help Coal Industry (WVNS)
    • Houstonians Do Their "Patriotic Duty," Vote Down Traffic Cameras (KUHF/Transpo Nation)
    • Five Out of Six Experts Say Yes to a Gas Tax Increase (National Journal)
    • Prospects For a Transportation Bill: the View From Behind the Wheel of a Truck (Trucking Info)
    • Jim Crow Lives on in Inequitable Transit Access in Texas (Star-Telegram)
    • Energy Secretary Steven Chu Rides His Bike to Work (WaPo)
    • For Detroit to be a Great City, the New Gov Needs to Jumpstart Transit (Michigan Live)
    • In Keeping with the Delaware Tradition, New Reps Will Commute to Congress by Train (WDEL)
    • Biking to Mecca: Doing the Hajj on Two Wheels -- or By Transit (Cyclelicious, AFP)

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