Today's read: Oversight plan for transit unveiled
Transportation secretary gives details: Federal personnel and approved state workers would have the power to conduct inspections, investigations and audits of local transit systems, like Metro. Existing state oversight bodies could remain in place to enforce new federal regulations but would need to meet federal standards and gain federal approval. (Joe Stephens and Lena H. Sun)
ICC signs shrinking: Some markers for the Intercounty Connector will be smaller than planned after neighbors object. (Katherine Shaver)
December 9, 2009; 8:55 AM ET
Categories: Advisories | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, Today's Read
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