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9:12 AM EST on January 29, 2009

    • House Passes Stimulus Bill in Party Line Vote (NYT)
    • More on Nadler's $3 Billion Transit Amendment (Daily Politics, WSJ)
    • Why Not Double Transit Portion of Stimulus? (Philly Inquirer)
    • Transit Agencies Slammed by Falling Revenues Need Operating Assistance (LA Times via Planetizen)
    • John Mica (R - Florida) -- More Rail-Friendly Than Larry Summers (Yglesias)
    • What Do New York, Jersey, and Connecticut Have in Their Stim Wish Lists? (MTR)
    • City Council Approves Two Anti-Idling Measures (News, City Room)
    • South Ferry Station Delay Gives Media Irresistible MTA Metaphors (News, City Room, News, NY1)
    • Another Predictable Outcome at MTA Board's Brooklyn Hearing (Post)
    • Seattle to Park Bikes Instead of Cars in Some On-Street Spots (Orphan Road via Streetsblog.net)

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