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Today's Read: Metro Funding Bill Passes Congress

Now the transportation bill that includes the funding needs to get through a conference committee to work out differences in the House and Senate versions before going to President Obama.

The $122 billion transportation bill includes $150 million for the first year of the decade-long Metro funding program, which must be matched by the regional jurisdictions that back the transit authority, Lena H. Sun writes in today's Post.

By Robert Thomson  |  September 22, 2009; 9:05 AM ET
Categories:  Metro , Transportation Politics , transit  | Tags: Congress oversight, Dr. Gridlock, Metro funding, Today's Read  
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Is there a cab strike today? Why? For how long? Any details would be helpful! Thank you!

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