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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EST on January 7, 2013

    • Will the Fiscal Cliff Deal Make It Harder to Raise the Gas Tax? (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • LaHood to Announce $135M for Light Rail in Sacramento Today (Sacramento Bee)
    • Carbon Tax Gains Traction in Washington State (Northwest Public Radio)
    • More Midwesterners Hopping City-to-City By Train (Post-Tribune)
    • Swiss Company Has "Inside Track" on Light Rail Technology in Texas (Star-Telegram)
    • Massachusetts House Speaker Names Transpo as Top Priority (Taunton Gazette)
    • San Joaquin to Pay Up for Mistakes With Bus Emissions (Recordnet)
    • Commercial Appeal: With Light Rail Off the Table, BRT's the Right Choice for Memphis
    • D.C. Program Aims to Encourage More Women Cyclists (Examiner)
    • Daily Beast Looks Inside China's High-Speed Rail "Triumph"

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