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    • After a lackluster year, Carrion leaves White House "urban czar" post for lesser duties at HUD (NYDN)
    • FTA chief Rogoff skeptical on Dallas' chances of snagging viable transit public-private partnership (Morn News Blog)
    • LaHood uses Massachusetts appearance to take the state to task for not acting on distracted driving (Globe)
    • Ryan Avent: Seattle light rail lawsuit could finally make clear that roads are just one part of the nation's holistic transportation networks (Economist)
    • FRA chief sees little need to emphasize the "high-speed" in high-speed rail (Prog. Fix)
    • Gulf oil spill not the nation's only infrastructure wake-up call: Boston's broken water main underscores cities' unmet modernization needs (GreenTech Enterprise)
    • Truckers want U.S. DOT, not the more stringent EPA, to regulate their fuel usage (Green Car Reports)
    • Local editorial board urges PA Gov. Rendell to resubmit a fourth bid for federally sanction I-80 tolls (Indep-Review)
    • What American high-speed rail planners can learn from China (Ctr for Amer Prog.)

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