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7:56 AM EDT on April 27, 2010

    • LaHood says a nationwide network of bike trails could be possible (NPR)
    • Kerry, Graham, Lieberman meeting tonight to try to salvage Senate climate legislation (Globe)
    • Forbes names its top 10 "cities in free fall" -- several of which are noted sprawl havens
    • Pennsylvania report sees a future for conventional rail in the state, but not for mag-lev (Post-Gazette)
    • L.A. port wins federal award for its clean truck program (NRDC Blog)
    • U.S. DOT's statistics arm to begin tracking freight rail yields (Prog. RR'ing)
    • Nissan reports buyers have reserved 20% of their initial run of Leaf electric cars ...(LAT)
    • ... as the company teams with GE to offer "smart" charging for future vehicles (CNET)
    • The American real-estate boom and bust, complete with sprawl concerns, is starting to play out in China (LAT)

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