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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM EDT on August 10, 2011

    • Gas Tax Set to Be Next Big Fight on Capitol Hill (The Hill)
    • Obama Proposes New Fuel Efficiency Standards for Trucks (FastLane)
    • Sherrod Brown Files Legislation for a National Infrastructure Bank (WKRC)
    • America Has 30 Percent Fewer Trains Than We Pay For (ThinkProgress)
    • Seattle Mayor Supports New Driver Fees to Pay for Local Transit (Ballard News-Tribune)
    • Florida DOT Wants To Build More Roads, Toll Them, and Take Over Regional Rail (Ocala, Sentinel)
    • Transportation Nation Breaks Down the Anatomy of a Toll Hike in NY
    • Cost Estimates Up for California High Speed Rail, Reports Say Worth It in Long Run (FresnoBee)
    • China Subway, ADIDAS Offer Commuters Punching Bags to Relieve Stress (TreeHugger)

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