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8:18 AM EST on November 23, 2010

    • GOP Earmark Ban Will Hurt Rural Areas Most (Brookings, AP, NYT)
    • Outgoing PA Governor Rendell's Predictions for the Future of Transpo (Transpo Nation)
    • NJ Gov. Christie Warming to ARC Tunnel Substitute (WSJ)
    • Hertz Adopts Bike-Share Model for One-Way Airport Rentals By the Hour (Transpo Nation)
    • Businesses Expand Use of Car-Sharing (NYT)
    • Freight Rail: The Real Eco-Workhorse (But Not as Sexy as Passenger Rail) (Atlantic)
    • As the Transit-Rich City Gentrifies, the Carless Poor End Up Stranded in the Suburbs (WAMU)
    • Should Cities Ban Trucks to Protect Cyclists? (Treehugger)
    • Nay-Saying Govs Under Pressure on High Speed Rail (USA Today)
    • Retrofitting Suburban Tysons Corner: The 20-Year Prediction (TBD)

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