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8:55 AM EST on November 19, 2010

    • "Vultures" Ask LaHood for Rejected Wisconsin Rail Funds (Wisconsin State Journal)
    • Dems Seek to Extend Expiring Mass Transit Benefit (NYT)
    • New Bill Encourages Telework Among Federal Employees (WaPo)
    • Smart Growthers Fight Preservationists to Keep Transpo, Planning Innovators in DC Govt (WaPo)
    • Bike-Oriented Development Gives Trailside Businesses a Boost (Examiner)
    • An Autopsy of a Transit Tax Plan Defeated by Voters (St. Petersburg Times)
    • Maryland's Route 270 to Be Widened Despite Concerns About Sprawl (Examiner)
    • Expensive Homes in Expensive Suburbs Poised to Get Even More Expensive (Biz Week)
    • China Finishes Laying Track for World's Longest Bullet Train (Infrastructurist)
    • Moscow Plans to Ban Streetcars and Expand Suburban Parking (Market Urbanism)

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