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Today’s Headlines

8:45 AM EST on January 25, 2012

    • No More War Will Save Billions; Obama Sees Money for Roads and Rail? (ChicagoTrib)
    • Focus Shifts Away From High Speed Rail to Repairing Failing Infrastructure (PRI)
    • Transportation Investment at Risk This Election Season (TransportPolitic)
    • State of the Union’s Mass Transit: Not Good (HuffPo)
    • Social Equity Will Affect Funding for Transportation Under New DOT Rule (BusinessWeek)
    • FedEx CEO Calls for National Transportation Plan That Favors Fuel Efficiency (Commercial Appeal)
    • Illinois Governor Quinn Announces $21.7 Million for Safe Routes to School (Aledo Times)
    • Birmingham, Once a Walkable City, Looks Back to the Future (Weld Birmingham)
    • Montgomery County, MD Votes in Favor of Bus Rapid Transit (Patch)
    • … and Explores Bringing Bike Share to Its Suburbs (Transportation Nation)

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