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8:54 AM EST on February 22, 2011

    • DeFazio Expects Next Transpo Bill to Be $260 Billion (Columbian)
    • Portland's Message to T&I Committee: Transit, Transit, Transit (Oregonian)
    • Florida Gov. Dismisses Last Ditch Efforts to Save High-Speed Rail (Miami Herald)
    • Democrats and Republicans Spar Over Who Gets to Take Credit for Cleveland's Renaissance (LAT)
    • Investigating the Charge that Wisconsin Buses "Ride Around Empty" as Gov Cuts Funding (WEAU)
    • Milwaukee Mayor (and Gov Hopeful) Barrett Stands By High-Speed Rail That Walker Killed (BizJournal)
    • Crash Tax or Cost Recovery? Making Sure Drivers Pay Their Own Way (Marketplace)
    • Anti-Sprawl Zoning Codes Keep Housing Developers Away From New Maryland Highway (Examiner)
    • California HSR Board Gets Challenge from State Democrats (SF Business Times)
    • A How-To Guide For Planners on Community Consultation (Next American City)
    • Sure, Iowa Needs Roads -- But "The Future Is In Rail" (Public News Service)
    • House Reintroduces Bill to Increase Allowed Trucking Weights (TruckingInfo)
    • Twin Cities Businesses Revolt Against Light Rail Plan to Cut 1,000 Parking Spaces (Minnesota Daily)

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