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8:50 AM EST on January 26, 2012

    • Federal Transportation Bill Moving in House (Trans. Issues Daily)
    • Secretary LaHood Proposes Streamlining Transit Approvals (Cypress Times)
    • High-Speed Rail for 80 Percent of Americans Is Still Goal (TranspoNation)
    • Funding Transportation: Gas Tax vs. Tolls (WTOP)
    • APTA Applauds State of the Union Despite Rail Snub (Hill)
    • Accusations of Delay in Disclosing Chevy Volt Fires (NYT)
    • Five Things to Know About Installing HSR in USA (Int'l Biz Traveler)
    • 23,000-Home Development Declared "Not Sprawl" by FL Judge (Sentinel)
    • The Ten Coolest Public Transportation Airport Routes (USA Today)

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