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    • Expectations Modest as Climate Negotiations Begin in Cancun (Politico, NYT)
    • Plus, Why the Cancun Climate Talks Matter (Slate)
    • Departing Dem Calls GOP Earmark Ban a "Complete Charade" (The Hill)
    • Q & A With Former Transportation Secretary Norm Mineta (Transpo Nation)
    • Bike Commuting on the Rise (NPR)
    • Light Rail Lessons from Strasbourg (The Transport Politic)
    • Study Advises Remaking Metro's Governing Structure  (Transpo Nation)
    • Fewer Than Two in Ten Americans Consider Their Weight Ideal (Gallup)
    • Transit Officials Under Fire in Chicago (Chicago Breaking News)
    • Maine Infrastructure Lagging, Study Says (Kennebec Journal)

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