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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EST on March 2, 2011

    • Crude Oil Prices Surge as Middle East Unrest Simmers (NYT)
    • Florida State Senators Take Governor to Court for Killing HSR (TBO)
    • Gov. Scott's Response: "My Position Remains Unchanged" (Transpo Nation)
    • Meanwhile, Sen. Nelson Calls for More Time (The Hill)
    • Nurturing Revolution: Twitter's Nice But Public Spaces Matter Too (MinnPost)
    • Report: Gov. McDonnell's Transpo Plan Would Create 100,000 Jobs (The Examiner)
    • Los Angeles Envisions 1,680 Mile Bikeway Network (LAT)
    • What's Next for Chicago and Its New Mayor? (WBUR)
    • The Trouble With Greenbelts (Per Square Mile)
    • Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy Goes to Bat for Transit (TSTC)
    • Can Buses Fill the High-Speed Rail Void? (KALW)

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