Moving Stories: Obama's plans may have to wait; transit strikes boost bike-sharing; Virginia DMV changes rules for immigrants

Wednesday, September 08, 2010 - 08:08 AM

Obama transportation plan likely to have to wait (Washington Post)

NTSB again asking for seats, restraints for airline passengers under two (AP)

Tube services resume in London after 24-hour strike (BBC News)

Bike share gets a boost from transit strikes in London, Paris (WSJ)

Police put GPS on criminal's car without a warrant in Virginia (WAMU News)

London forced to use gas-guzzling vans to re-distribute bike share (BBC News)

Virginia DMV no longer accepting a federal document as proof of residence for immigrants (WAMU News)


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