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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EDT on July 12, 2012

    • LaHood: Opponents of High-Speed Rail on Wrong Side of History (Philly Inquirer)
    • Seattle-Area Agencies Could Lose Millions Through MAP-21 (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • ATU Prez Laments Missed Opportunities With Mass Transit Jobs (HuffPo)
    • Salt Lake City Tops Country in Transit Connections to Jobs; Dallas Ranks Low
    • DOT Rep Tries to Clear Up Confusion on Georgia Transpo Tax (Newton Citizen)
    • Jersey Transit Avoids Fares Hikes; Advocates Push for NE Corridor Funds (Daily Record)
    • Bike-Sharing Debuts in Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Observer)
    • Can Co-Housing Communities Become a Better Model for Sustainability? (Grist)

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