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Today’s Headlines

8:41 AM EST on February 8, 2011

    • Findings of Government Study on Toyota Safety Issues Could Be Released Today (CNNMoney)
    • Pentagon Should Pay For Traffic Headaches Caused by Base Realignment (AirForceTimes, WaPo)
    • Goodbye, ARC Tunnel -- Hello, Gateway Between NJ and NY (TheTransportPolitic)
    • The Winter of Transit's Discontent: Snow Puts Further Strain on Scarce Resources (Times Herald-Record)
    • The Choice You Don't Want to Have to Make: Get Transpo Bill Done, Or Get It Right? (National Journal)
    • New Study Says Obesity Is Linked to Education Status, Not Sprawl (Newswise)
    • The Next Great Transpo Financing Mechanism: T-Shirt Sales (MyFoxBoston)
    • Virginia's Democratic Senate Green-Lights Governor's Transpo Plan (WaPo)
    • Bike-Sharing Isn't Rocket Science -- But It Is A Mathematical Engineering Problem (
    • ATU Keeps Heat on Chicago Mayoral Candidates, Trying to Avoid Cutbacks (In These Times)
    • After Losing at the Polls, a New Light Rail Proposal for Tampa (Tampa Bay Biz Journal)

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