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8:45 AM EST on January 18, 2011

    • What Happens to Rural Areas as the World's Population Moves to Cities? (Good)
    • Former LA Port Worker Pushes to Dump Planned Highway Extension, Build Rail Instead (Burbank Leader)
    • LaHood Hits Back Against Post Editorial Slamming High Speed Rail Plans (WaPo)
    • WaPo Also Takes Aim at VA Gov. McDonnell's Unpaid-For Transpo Plans
    • Why Aren't Chicago's Mayoral Candidates Talking About Transit? (Tribune)
    • NJ Lawmakers to Gov. Christie: Cut Tolls That Were Implemented to Pay for ARC Tunnel (Land Line)
    • United Van Lines Tracks Migration Patterns: Americans Are Moving West and South
    • Grassroots, Business Initiatives Press Florida Gov to Say Yes to High Speed Rail (Sun Sentinel)
    • Looking for a More Cost-Effective Way to Transport the Disabled (Toronto Star)
    • Affordable Housing Tools for Avoiding Transit-Oriented Gentrification (GGW)

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