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Today’s Headlines

8:48 AM EDT on May 20, 2013

    • Connecticut Rail Shutdown Could Mean "Carmaggedon" on I-95 (USA Today, Globe, NYT)
    • Foxx Is a Shoo-In For Transpo Secretary But He's Not Leaving Anything to Chance (News & Observer)
    • Obama Seeks to Further Fast-Track Infrastructure Project Reviews (White House)
    • Doubling Tripling Quintupling Down on Obama's Infrastructure Bank Idea (TID)
    • Ways and Means Chair Uses IRS Scandal as Pretext to Push for Tax Reform (The Hill)
    • Maryland's 54 Percent Share for Transit Inspires Pennsylvania's Keystone Politics
    • Either of LA's Mayoral Candidates Would Continue Villaraigosa's Legacy on Transit and Bicycles (LAT)
    • Corporations Use Bike Appeal to Get a Hip Makeover (Good)
    • Transportation Workers Are the Most Obese (Gannett)
    • Reminder: Scientists Agree Humans Cause Climate Change (WaPo)
    • One World Trade Center: The Most Expensive Parking Garage in History (Observer)

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