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TN MOVING STORIES: Ford Denies White House Pressure To Pull Ad, and Shanghai Subway Collision Renews Doubts

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 - 08:31 AM

Top stories on TN:

A deputy DOT commissioner said no American manufacturers produce a type of rail used in streetcars and light rail -- and he wants that to change. (Link)

At some point, Rick Perry will be asked to defend his Trans-Texas Corridor infrastructure project. (Link)

Opponents of a bike lane in Brooklyn asked a judge for permission to appeal the rejection of their lawsuit. (Link)

(Photo by Kate Hinds)

Yesterday's subway collision in Shanghai has revived safety concerns about China's infrastructure boom. (Los Angeles Times)

The Brian Lehrer Show talks NYC subway station cell phone service this morning. (WNYC)

The government is delaying the release of new mileage and greenhouse gas emissions standards. (The Hill)

Ford denies that the White House pressured the automaker to pull an ad in which an actor, posing as a customer, tells a staged news conference that he would never buy a vehicle from a company that received a government bailout. (Detroit Free Press)

OnStar reverses gears, backs away from its earlier decision to track former customers. (Marketplace)

Transportation construction lobbyists are in favor of Obama's jobs bill. (Politico)

The Times Square pedestrian plaza redesign, unveiled.  (NY Times, DNA Info, NY Post)

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Comments [1]

Addrienne

You get a lot of respect from me for writing these helpful artecils.

Jan. 13 2012 03:24 PM

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