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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM EST on January 27, 2011

    • President Expected to Unveil Transportation Proposal in Mid-February (AP, Bloomberg)
    • Congress Puts Transpo Reauthorization on the Front Burner (Journal of Commerce)
    • Business Likes Obama's Infrastructure Push, Republicans Push-Back on Spending (WaPo, NYT)
    • NTSB Chair: "Safety Deferred is Safety Denied", Saving Money Now Costs More Later (Transpo Nation)
    • Ray LaHood's Battle Against Distracted Driving Isn't Just About Cell Phones (NPR)
    • Milwaukee County Exec Asks Scott Walker to Approve Transit Tax (Journal-Sentinel)
    • Trains, Not Cars or Planes, Are a Public Good Deserving Public Funding (Grist)
    • Big Cities Aren't Always Big Carbon Emitters, Especially If Transit is Good (AFP)
    • Atlanta Leaders Are Pushing State Officials to Form Regional Transit Commission (AJC)
    • Florida Governor Still Won't Deliver a Verdict On High Speed Rail (TBO)

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