Amtrak is seeking private investors for its Northeast Corridor high-speed rail line. (The Hill)
California's high-speed rail authority is disputing bills from Caltrain that are worth more than $108,000. (San Francisco Examiner)
Rep. John Mica's opinion piece in today's Politico: "Congress must act now" on transportation reauthorization legislation.
San Francisco's cabbies want their fares in cash instead of credit cards (Bay Citizen via New York Times). Meanwhile, NYC livery cab owners are fighting the city's outer-borough medallion plan (WNYC).
New York City Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson, a supporter of the city's bike lanes, gives a reporter a taste of his two-wheeled commute. (New York Times)
Maryland's governor signed a bill forbidding a French government-operated company from competing to run that state's commuter trains, because of the company's activities during the Holocaust. (Washington Post)
The NY Daily News blames Mayor Bloomberg for not doing enough for the city's transit.
Boston unveils three electric car charging stations today. (Boston Herald)
Riders at two Brooklyn F and G train stations have their stations back -- for now. (WNYC)
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In case you missed it on Transportation Nation:
-- the Yankees' parking garage is losing money, plus it displaced a public park (link)
-- cab sharing on tap for this year's US Open (link)
-- bike commuting in Houston? You betcha. (link)
-- carpooling in Houston? Yep, especially as gas prices fluctuate (link)