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8:54 AM EST on November 18, 2010

    • Another Extension Is in the Works for Transpo Bill -- But How Long Will It Last? (School Transpo)
    • Republican Victories Imperil Rail Plans (NYT)
    • LaHood Dangling Rejected Rail Funds in Front of Other Potential Recipients (WSOC TV)
    • NY Lt. Gov: Transpo Infrastructure is Key to a "Prosperous Future for New York" (WSJ)
    • High Speed Rail Association Unveils Vision of a Rail System Akin to Interstates (Reuters)
    • Seattle Looks to SF for a Model on Congestion Pricing (KIRO)
    • Illinois State Govt Could Take Over Control of Chicago's Metra (Chicago Tribune)
    • Could Unpopular Airport Pat-Downs Encourage Train Travel Instead of Air? (WaPo)
    • Obesity Epidemic Is a Result of Design Malpractice (Placeshakers)
    • Yglesias Makes the Case for a Carbon Tax, Now

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