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9:10 AM EDT on September 28, 2010

    • Twin Cities Officials: No More Suburban Highway Expansions (Star-Trib)
    • Some Environmentalists Ready to Rebel Against Obama (Politico)
    • Gov Candidate White Calls For Transportation Options for Texans (Mother Jones)
    • Sen. Lautenberg Takes Aim at NJ Gov Christie as Tunnel Funding Standoff Simmers (
    • Shweeb: The Future of Transportation or Google Pipe Dream? (Pop-Sci)
    • Beijing Tops List of Cities With the Most Mind-Numbing Traffic Jams (Good)
    • Sen. Ted Kaufman: We Need to Put a Price on Carbon Pollution (Grist)
    • Schwarzenegger Offers Vehement Defense of California Climate Law (SFGate)
    • California Adopts Ambitious GHG Targets Under State's Anti-Sprawl Law (Streetsblog SF)

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