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Today’s Headlines

8:14 AM EDT on March 22, 2011

    • FHWA Announces New Bridge Safety Criteria (Fast Lane)
    • Is Amtrak the Right Entity to Build True HSR in the NEC? (National Journal)
    • Bus Design Standards to Make Room for Fatter Passengers (Bloomberg)
    • Japanese Automakers Resume Production Slowly (JOC)
    • Big Agriculture Fixing For a Fight Over CA High-Speed Rail (KCET)
    • Metro Weighs Options for Dulles Airport Train Connection -- What Would You Do? (GGW)
    • Bike Advocates Pressure Illinois to Keep Data on "Dooring" Incidents (Tribune)
    • An App to Help Drivers Break the Law With Impunity (Baltimore Sun)
    • Finally, a Republican Governor Saying 'Yes' to Rail: Go Arizona! (KTAR)
    • Nebraskans Whose Land Was Taken for Rail Use Is Suing Over Trail Conversion (Forbes)
    • Opportunity: Grants Available for Bicycling Advocates (LAB)

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