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Moving Stories: 17 Million Drive Drunk, Canada Warns on Freight Rail, AMR Contract Woes Continues

Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 08:55 AM

17 million motorists may have driven while drunk in last 12 months, NHTSA says (Bloomberg)

American Airlines mechanics, employees turn down contract offer by nearly 2-1 ratio.  Management scratches head.  (Dallas Morning News)

Canada warns that 41,000 freight cars may have faulty parts, pose risk to North America (Dow Jones)

In the wake of 70-person brawl, DC Metro tightens security around school kids (WAMU News)

Dallas Morning News applauds transportation ideas of Democratic challenger Bill White in guv's race

New rules for transgender drivers in Pennsylvania (Philadelphia Inquirer)

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