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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EST on January 31, 2012

    • Republicans Offering Bill on Transportation Funding Today (WaPo, Reuters)
    • Drilling for Highway Revenue Could Face Opposition From Both Sides (T4A)
    • NRDC to Congress: “Don’t Drill and Drive” (Hill)
    • Ranking Three Different Approaches to Transit Funding in Dallas (Atlantic Cities)
    • Transportation Nation Explains Why Your City Might Not Have Car Share Yet
    • Infrastructure and Job Creation Go Hand in Hand – Sometimes (Brookings Podcast)
    • Some Politicians in New Hampshire Want to Ban Sobriety Checkpoints (UnionLeader)
    • Why Everybody Loves a Chinatown Bus (WaPo)
    • NRDC’s Kaid Benfield Curates a Gallery of Walkability (Switchboard)
    • DOT Grants $3.5 Million to Sustainable Transportation Research (OIT)

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