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8:56 AM EDT on November 2, 2010

    • There's a Lot at Stake for High Speed Rail in Today's Elections (Infrastructurist)
    • Transit Races to Watch Across the Country (Transpo Nation)
    • High Speed Rail Needs to be More than Just Roadkill for Republicans (Boston Globe)
    • Tragedy Doesn't Prove That the FTA Should Regulate Transit (GGW)
    • Hospitals Get Behind Active Transportation (Bike Portland)
    • Why Having Kids Doesn't Mean You Need to Buy a Car (Grist)
    • Can China Grow Smartly and Sustainably, Or Are Pollution and Sprawl Inevitable? (Reuters)
    • Washington Supreme Court Ruling on Water Speculation Will Cause Sprawl (Common Dreams)
    • Seattle Transit System Braces, Strategizes for Another Snowy Winter (Seattle Times)
    • Bay Area Bus Budget Gets Slashed (SJ Mercury)
    • Will Mayor Daley's Pro-Bike Legacy Outlive His Term? (Chicago Sun-Times)

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