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Today’s Headlines

8:14 AM EDT on June 2, 2011

    • Capital Bikeshare Explores Ways to Balance Out Bike Distribution, Seduces Alexandria (WaPo, TBD)
    • USDOT Works to Improve Transportation Access to People With Disabilities (Fast Lane)
    • You Can Either Have a Job or a House: Home Prices in Hot Job Markets Are Prohibitive (Yglesias)
    • Key Senate Republican Jim Inhofe Predicts a Two-Year Bill, Splits With Boxer Over Bikes (Tulsa World)
    • Boehner Wants a Debt Ceiling Deal Sooner Than Later (The Hill)
    • LaHood Mediates Meeting on the Dulles Rail Station Controversy (WaPo)
    • Bill to Crack Down on Truck Idling Goes to Colorado Governor For Signature (LandLine)
    • USDOT, Lawmakers Get Tough on Bus Safety (USA Today)
    • Obama Takes Credit For Auto Industry Comeback As Re-election Strategy (The Hill)
    • Pay Landowners to Develop Land For Transportation, Or Should The Landowners Pay? (Infrastructurist)

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