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7:55 AM EDT on April 15, 2010

    • LaHood's non-binding statement of support for biking and walking: still unpopular among conservatives, truckers (AP)
    • Electric car companies pressing for a new round of subsidies from Washington (WSJ)
    • When is the Senate climate bill hitting public view? Not on Earth Day, says Sen. Graham (R-SC), who's concerned about "mixed messages" (Nat Jrnl via @drgrist)
    • Could renting help solve the foreclosure crisis? (Wash. Indy)
    • L.A. construction workers publicly lobby for faster federal funding for the city's 30/10 transit plan (LADN)
    • Public-private partnerships abound, as one Orlando-area county explores a deal for new bus service (The Ledger)
    • How one Carolina became a high-speed rail winner, while another lagged behind (G-ville News)
    • Kansas City voters approve sales tax increase to pay for new infrastructure investment (KC Biz Jrnl)
    • Transit tunnel connecting New York City and New Jersey gets $385 million from U.S. DOT (Mid Hudson News)

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