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Today’s Headlines

8:03 AM EST on March 10, 2011

    • Neither Party Can Get a Budget Bill Passed in the Senate (The Hill)
    • Census Confirms That California Picked Booming Cities for High-Speed Rail (Transportation Nation)
    • Florida DOT Exposes Gov. Scott's Error, Finds That HSR Would Have Made a Profit (Miami Herald)
    • LaHood Continues to Reject Gas Tax Increase But Offers No Alternative (Land Line)
    • GAO Finds Red Tape, Redundancies, Inefficiencies at USDOT (FOX News)
    • Mica: Starting Cycle of Surface Transpo Extensions Was a "Major Mistake" And It Ends Here (The Hill)
    • Rising Fuel Costs Mean Increased Transit Ridership But It's Still a Net Loss for the System (BizJournal)
    • At the Bike Summit: School Biking Champion Spearheads First Lady's "Let's Move!" Campaign (LAB)
    • League of American Bicyclists Announces Stanford As First-Ever Platinum Bicycle-Friendly University
    • Bus Rapid Transit in the U.S. Suffers From Epidemic of Cutting Corners (GGW)
    • TSA Tested Body Scanners for Transit Stations (Forbes)
    • Infographic: The Origin of a Traffic Jam (

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