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8:46 AM EST on December 10, 2010

    • Could Reallocated Rail Money from Ohio and Wisc. Get Caught Up in Stimulus Rescissions? (LAT)
    • VA Gov's Plan for "Found" Transpo Money: Roads, Bridges, and Debt (WaPo)
    • Conservatives Begin to Turn Sour on Republican Earmark Ban (National Review)
    • DDOT's Gabe Klein Helped Bring DC Into Modern Urbanism, Next Director Should Continue (WaPo)
    • Maine's Coastal Towns Considering Bus Rapid Transit - With Federal Money (Times Record)
    • Federal Appeals Court Upholds Anti-Sprawl Rule, Rejects Builders' Suit (Greenwire)
    • NJ Transit Hires Big Guns to Fight ARC Repayment Bill... (Asbury Park Press)
    • ...Meanwhile, NJ DOT's Biggest Battle is Against Traffic Congestion (Star Ledger)
    • Dallas Mayor Injured After Bike Wreck (Chronicle)
    • Examining Burgeoning Mass Transit - And Car Ownership Rates - in Latin America and Asia (City Fix)

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