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9:04 AM EST on March 1, 2011

    • House Reaches Consensus on Two-Week Budget Extension; Obama Wants Four (Politico)
    • Saudi Arabia Picks Up Libya's Slack On Oil Production But Prices Keep Climbing (CAP, JOC)
    • Wisconsinites Who Voted for Gov. Scott Walker Say "Oops" (Swing State Project)
    • Northeastern Senators Ask LaHood to Put Rejected HSR Funds into the NEC (WaPo)
    • LaHood Rails Against Dashboard Distractions; Device Blocks Driver Cell Phone Signal (Infrastructurist)
    • 15,000 People, Riding Bikes Instead of Cars, Will Save the Local Economy $127,275,000 (Grist)
    • World Bank: U.S. Should Invest in Infrastructure (Bloomberg)
    • How To Increase the Bicycle Mode Share From One to Eight Percent In Your City (Planetizen)
    • 9/11 Memorial Set to Open, But NYC Has No Plan to Handle the Bus Traffic (NYT)
    • London is Updating Its Transit Ticketing in Time for Olympics (ThisBigCity)
    • Confessions of a Transit Consultant: How Political Motivations Affect Outcomes (Human Transit)
    • Chicago To Get Safer Bike Lanes (Yahoo!)

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