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9:03 AM EST on January 20, 2011

    • What Will It Take to Get Americans Out of Their Cars? High Gas Prices (TreeHugger)
    • Milwaukee-to-Madison Rail Plans May Be Dead But Milwaukee-to-Chicago Line Thrives (Journal Sentinel)
    • Six Reasons to Stop Subsidizing Parking (Grist)
    • The Chinatown Bus Helps Makes Intercity Buses the Fastest Growing Transit Option (TheCityFix)
    • AASHTO Turns to Social Media Campaigns to Build Support for Infrastructure (Journal of Commerce)
    • Chrysler, EPA Introduce a New Hybrid, Hold the Battery (Alt Transport)
    • US Creates New Oil Oversight Agencies to Replace Disgraced MMS (AFP)
    • Tulsa Streetcar Revival Gets Back to the Future (KTUL)
    • Florida Senator Leans On New Governor to Give Rail the Green Light (Ledger)
    • Can Chicago Be as Bike-Friendly as Amsterdam? (Loyola Phoenix)

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