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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM EST on January 25, 2011

    • President Will Talk Infrastructure in State of the Union (Transpo Nation)
    • Sen. Kerry Expects Obama Will Launch New Climate Initiative in SOTU (The Hill)
    • Video: Mayors Speak Out on Need for Infrastructure Investment (Time)
    • GOP Leader Says "Just Spend More" Isn't the Answer to Infrastructure Crisis (Transpo Nation)
    • Guangzhou Wins Sustainable Transport Award for Bus Rapid Transit, Bike Facilities (Nat Geo, ITDP)
    • Chevron Would Rather Pay Millions to K Street Lobbyists Than Clean Up Its Mess in the Amazon (Grist)
    • California Leads the Nation on "Clean" Car Standards With EPA and DOT Support (LAT)
    • Transportation Industry Can Expect Tougher Regulation from Agencies This Year (JOC)
    • Rahm Emanuel Finally Talks Transit, Just Before Being Booted From Race (Chicago Tribune)
    • What If All Transit Agencies Reimbursed Riders for Service Cuts, Like Atlanta's MARTA? (AJC)
    • Madison Latest City to Get on the Bike-Share Bandwagon (Wisc. State Journal)

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