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8:54 AM EDT on October 6, 2010

    • Christie Likely to Kill ARC Transit Tunnel, Barring Miracle Save By Lautenberg (Transpo Nation 1, 2)
    • LaHood Wants a Six-Year Bill To Start Moving This Year, But Leaves the Timing to Congress (The Hill)
    • Winners and Losers in the USDOT’s $776 Million Maintenance Grants (Transpo Nation)
    • Some California Residents Sue Over Proposed Rail Route (SF Business Times)
    • LaHood Names Names on High Speed Rail Dissenters (AltTransport)
    • Female Crash Test Dummies and Tougher Auto Safety Ratings Announced (VOA, WCSH-TV)
    • Car-Sharing Eases Congestion, Parking Problems on College Campuses (AP)
    • Urban Designer Puts a Positive Spin on Suburbs, Slams the Mall (PBS)
    • 'Build A Better Burb' Winner 'Upcycles' Long Island Suburbs (Inhabitat)
    • Mineta Report Studies Public-Private Partnerships in Australia (Kansas City Star)
    • Canada Looks to Smart Growth as an Economic Strategy (Vancouver Sun)

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