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Today’s Headlines

9:09 AM EDT on August 29, 2011

    • NYC Subway Is Running But Other Transit Systems Still Down (WSJ, Fox)
    • ‘Epic’ Flooding Destroys Bridges, Cuts Off Towns Across Vermont (CBSNPR)
    • Irene’s Assault on Roads and Rail, in Pictures: GOOD; Send Yours to Streetfilms
    • What Will It Take to Get Politicians to Fix Aging Infrastructure? (National Journal)
    • Irene Could Provide Economic Boost (Politico)
    • Obama's New Jobs Bill: "Let's Rebuild America" (CBS)
    • PA Governor’s Panel Support Increasing, Expanding Red-light Cameras (Post-Gazette)
    • Transport Politic Argues for Public Private Partnerships in High Speed Rail Projects
    • So Many Reasons to Expand Capital Bike Share (WaPo)
    • Florida DOT Continues ‘Hostile Takeover’ of South Florida’s Regional Rail (Palm Beach Post)

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