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Today’s Headlines

8:43 AM EST on January 11, 2011

    • How Will Congress's Belt-Tightening Affect Transportation Budgets? (National Journal)
    • Ford to Hire Thousands of New Workers, Push Electric Cars (Star Tribune)
    • Yonah Freemark: Florida High Speed Rail Should Go Forward, But in Limited Way (Transport Politic)
    • Yglesias: Turn the Capitol Parking Lot Into a Dorm for Members of Congress
    • Oversized Chicago Streets Slim Down With Road Diet In Hopes of Revitalizing Pedestrian Life (Tribune)
    • Arizona's Other Crisis: City Governments Face the "Anti-Stimulus" of Budget Cuts (TNR)
    • Pay Up, Grandma: Illinois Lawmakers Limit Free Transit Rides for Seniors (Bloomberg)
    • Retail Activity on Walkable Commercial Strips Beats Suburban Commerce 4 to 1 (Infrastructurist)
    • Virginians List Transpo as Top Priority But Resist Gas Taxes and Tolls to Pay For It (Times Dispatch)
    • Experts Push for Walkable, Transit-Friendly Urban Planning in the Twin Cities (Star Trib)
    • DC Metro Trying to Get Its Act Together With New Governance Plan (WaPo)

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