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9:03 AM EST on December 14, 2010

    • Senate Extends Transit Benefit, Ball Now In House's Court (Baltimore Sun)
    • First Nationwide Count of Parking Spaces Tallies More Than 500 Million (Knoxville News Sentinel)
    • PA Gov. Rendell Invests $45M in Pittsburgh Transit Rather Than Cut Service (Post Gazette)
    • Will Anti-Rail Republicans in Florida Block Reallocated Midwestern Rail Money? (ABC)
    • Is High Speed Rail the Wave of the Future or a Waste of Stimulus Money? (National Journal)
    • Backlash Continues Against Wisc. Gov-Elect Walker's Anti-Rail Platform (Journal Sentinel)
    • Gooooooooooal: High Speed Rail for Qatar World Cup (Railway Gazette)
    • A Bikeshare's-Eye View of Winter: Where Do the Bikes Go? (TheCityFix)
    • Which Came First, the Bike or the Bike Lane? A Video History of Dutch Cyclepaths (Treehugger)
    • Electric Vehicles Headed to a Showroom Near You (Alt Transport)

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