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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM EST on November 16, 2011

    • Mica: Transpo Bill Is “70 to 80% Completed” (Hill)
    • Congressional Budget Deal Eliminates Funding for HSR (USA Today)
    • Despite No New Funding for Illinois HSR, Optimism Remains (MyStateLine)
    • LaHood Confident HSR Funding Can Be Authorized in Future (Medill Reports)
    • Transit and TIGER Funding Preserved in Compromise Spending Bill (T4A)
    • Transit Riders Union Gives Detroit Buses Failing Grade (HuffPo)
    • Federally Expedited Tappan Zee Bridge Excludes Transit, Does ‘Nothing for Commuters’ (TranspoNation)
    • Truckers Concerned Over New Political Trend to Consider Fuel Tax Increases (Landline)
    • FL DOT Presses on for More Tolling Lanes Rather Than Increasing Gas Tax (Times-Union)
    • London Expands ‘Naked Streets’ Concept of No Barriers Between Cars and Peds (GOOD)
    • Why One Man Always Votes 'Bike' (Connect Savannah)

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