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    • The U.S. electric grid is going to need a makeover if electric cars ever take off (above graphic and full story at Fast Company)
    • LaHood to visit MIT today to talk high-tech distracted driving solutions (AP)
    • Americans who learn to love Amtrak, warts and all (WashPost)
    • A look at the private-sector companies vying for a piece of Florida's high-speed rail action (Tampa Trib)
    • Virginia to sell $500m in new transport bonds -- but does it portend a long-term plan from Gov. McDonnell (R)? (Examiner)
    • A Connecticut transit advocate makes the case for focusing on rail, not buses, in the Hartford-New Britain area (Courant)
    • PA state lawmakers suggests doubling transit fares to help pay for roads ... (Trib-Review)
    • ... as a grim new report pegs the state's unmet transport needs at $3B (Inquirer)
    • Seattle area developer sues to stop the city's planned light rail expansion (S. Times)

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