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9:12 AM EDT on October 1, 2010

    • Transit Friendly Colorado Gov Candidate Hickenlooper Looks Strong (Transpo Nation)
    • NYT: Chris Christie Needs to Support, Not Undermine, Hudson Tunnel Project
    • Reformer Larry Hanley Takes the Helm of Amalgamated Transit Union (Labor Notes)
    • Nice Northeast Corridor Plan, Amtrak, But 30 Years? The Trans-Continental Took Just Six (Daily Finance)
    • Equity Caucus: Transportation a "21st Century Civil Rights Issue" (T4America)
    • Interior Department Issues New Rules to Prevent Future Oil Spills (LAT)
    • Pro Car-Sharing Bill Passes in California (Streetsblog SF, AltTransport)
    • Why Do Progressives Spend So Much Energy Competing Against Each Other? (Grist)
    • Take a Look at What the 2009 Census Numbers Mean for Cycling (LAB)
    • Feds Making NYC Replace 250,000 Street Signs (Transpo Nation)
    • How to Fight Back Against Car-Centric Jargon (Human Transit)

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