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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM EDT on September 14, 2011

    • DOT, Safety Board Urge Cellphone Ban for all Commercial Drivers (NYTimes)
    • Congress’ Apparent Interest in Compromise With President Evaporates (WaPo)
    • LaHood Commends Indiana for Closing Failing Bridge, Calls for Jobs Act Support (Wave3)
    • UK Government Turning to Infrastructure Projects to Save Economy (Telegraph)
    • Vermont DOT Estimates Costs of Rebuilding Roadways More Than $500 million (AP)
    • Hurricane Irene Reminder to NJ Governor of Need to Invest in Transit (
    • State Governments Hard Pressed to Reject American Jobs Act (Stateline)
    • Illinois Business and Labor Lobby Congress to Not Slash Transportation Dollars (MySuburbanLife)
    • How Your City Can Increase Car Sharing (Shareable)
    • Prototype Bike Self-Destructs if Stolen (UberGizmo)

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