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Today’s Headlines

8:22 AM EST on February 10, 2011

    • Congress and the White House are Fixing for a Fight on High-Speed Rail Funding (WSJ)
    • LaHood Talks Rail With MD Governor, Says HSR Will Be Developed Piecemeal (Baltimore Sun)
    • Obama Doesn't Need to Lobby Congress on Rail Investment, The States Will Do It For Him (HuffPo)
    • Conservatives Launch Effort to Defund What Remains of Stimulus Money (The Hill)
    • Do You Agree With U.S News & World Report's List of Top Ten U.S. Cities for Public Transportation?
    • Safety in Numbers: As Bicycle Ridership Goes Up, Crashes Go Down (Bike League)
    • Treasury Secretary Geithner Says High-Speed Rail Will Lead to Economic Growth (Treasury Dept.)
    • To GOP Senator, Rail Safety Requirements = Unnecessary Regulatory Burden (Journal of Commerce)
    • Floridians Hope Administration Rail Plans Bode Well for Miami-Orlando Line (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Heritage Foundation: Curb "Wasteful Spending" in Next Budget, Cut Transit, Bike Paths, MPO Funding

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