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Today’s Headlines

8:34 AM EDT on September 30, 2011

    • Privatizing Amtrak Is Part of Romney's Plan to Control Spending (Mitt Romney)
    • Romney Leads in New Poll (CBS)
    • Utah Lawmakers Want to Eliminate Federal Gas Tax, Leave It to the States (Standard-Examiner)
    • Despite Congressional Efforts to Kill It, Chicago-to-Detroit Rail Goes Full Steam Ahead (Business Wire)
    • Repeated SAFETEA-LU Extensions Could Downgrade GARVEE Bonds (Business Wire)
    • Fareed Zakaria Pushes Obama to Create Lots of Crappy, Low-Paying Infrastructure Jobs (WaPo)
    • EPA Dedicates $1.5 Million to Helping 125 Communities With Smart Growth
    • When You Drive Alone You Drive With Three-Quarters of the Country (Bike LeagueACS)
    • The Built Environment Has Made Us Sedentary -- And Sick (World News)
    • How to Redesign Transportation For a 7-Billion-Person Planet (Treehugger)
    • Poll: Californians Ready to Kill High-Speed Rail (Sac Bee)

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