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June 2006
Traffic World;6/5/2006, Vol. 270 Issue 23, p39
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The article offers news related to transportation in the U.S. Norman Mineta, Transportation Secretary was dissed in the Washington Post along with most of the Bush cabinet for the low profile they maintain. Residents in Sacramento, California, took a dim view of a freight train that stopped at a downtown crossing for 45 minutes, blocking the traffic. Study of New York of truck traffic in Queens is out.


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