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7:53 AM EST on March 11, 2010

    • LaHood puts airlines on notice: Don't get in the way of high-speed rail (WSJ)
    • L.A.'s Measure R transit initiative getting national attention, thanks to Washington Post (Streetsblog LA)
    • White House budget office begins reviewing final version of auto fuel-efficiency rules (The Hill)
    • Gas prices rising whether or not Congress addresses climate change -- so why not do it? (Wonk Room)
    • One urban planner imagines wide streets redesigned on a human-sized scale (Grist)
    • Could high-speed rail help open up America's most isolated towns? (TNR's The Avenue)
    • Google Maps now includes bike directions (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Cleveland planners turning abandoned retail space into a greenhouse (Fast Company)
    • An inside look at how the nation's no-fly list gets crafted (AP)

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