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Today’s Headlines

8:34 AM EDT on November 3, 2011

    • Obama Cites Transit Projects, Not Just Roads and Bridges, As Job-Creators (Chronicle)
    • Obama Says Even God Wants Congress to Pass His Jobs Plan (AP)
    • Mica Insists "Current Spending Levels" Doesn't Mean You Have to Account For Inflation (JOC)
    • Senate Appropriations Bill Includes Money For New York - New Jersey Amtrak Tunnel (NJ Today)
    • Before You Say California High-Speed Rail Is Too Expensive, Consider the Alternative (BizJournal)
    • Atlantic Cities Publishes a Hit List of Urban Highways (Taken From ULI)
    • If the Cold War Had Been All About Metro Systems, Communism Would Have Won (Atlantic Cities)
    • Interview With An Expert on Tax Increment Financing (Cap Times)
    • At $40K a Pop, Electric Cars Don't Have the Affordability Appeal of Transit (Treehugger)
    • Even Without Comparing the U.S. to Europe, It's Clear We Need an Infrastructure Upgrade (WaPo)
    • Design Tips For Leaving the McMansion Era Behind (Hint: the Steam Shower Is Your Friend) (WSJ)

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