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8:59 AM EST on November 30, 2010

    • Congress Should Extend the Build America Bonds for Infrastructure, Says the Washington Post
    • FTA Could Withhold Further Transit Funding Until NJ Pays Back ARC Money (WSJ)
    • Can Los Angeles Become a Great Transit City? (NYT)
    • Suburbs to Blame For Urban Heat Island Effect (Switchboard)
    • GOP Plan to Block Omnibus Spending Bill Could Kill $2M in Republican Earmarks (The Hill)
    • The Vicious Cycle: DC Transit Fare Hikes Caused Revenues to Fall (WaPo)
    • A New Design for the Traffic Light Could Be the Next Intelligent Road Technology (Treehugger)
    • CO Republicans Look to Stop Transpo Projects and Bond Sale (Ventura County Star)
    • Rural WV Says Public Transportation Isn't Just for Cityfolk (State Journal)
    • 14 Questions About Your Community, or, Enviros Don't Get Walkability (Switchboard)

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