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Today’s Headlines

8:45 AM EDT on May 7, 2013

    • Anthony Foxx "Connects the Dots Between Environment, Sustainability, and Transit" (Switchboard)
    • Does It Matter That Foxx Is Not a Transportation Expert? (National Journal)
    • Government Rescue of GM Will Be Finished in Early 2014 (The Hill)
    • Will States Pay to Continue Amtrak Service or Let It Disappear? (NYT)
    • Colorado Can Finally Use Gas Taxes For Something Other Than Auto Infrastructure (Denver Post)
    • LaHood Tells Houston to "Get Its Act Together" on Light Rail Expansion (Next City)
    • Chattanooga Suburb Gets a Downtown (Nooga)
    • Are Public-Private Partnerships Always in the Public Interest? (Atlantic Cities)

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