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8:45 AM EST on March 3, 2011

    • President Obama Signs Two-Week Budget Extension to Avert Government Shutdown (The Hill)
    • L.A. to Get 1,680 Miles of Bike Lanes, Anti-Harassment Law (Contra Costa Times)
    • Florida Gov. Scott Fights Back Against HSR Lawsuit (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Local Milwaukee Officials Oppose Gov. Walker's Transit Cuts (Business Journal)
    • Thanks to the World's Oil Addiction, Gaddafi Doesn't Have to Negotiate With Anyone (Treehugger)
    • Americans Drove 3 Trillion Miles Last Year, Economists Say That's Great News (WSJ)
    • Freight Transportation Also Increasing (Transport Topics)
    • First-Ever Bicycle Count in Chicago Shows Mode Share As High As 22% in Places (City of Chicago)
    • Not All Bus Riders Are Minorities, So Bay Area Court Rejects Transpo Equity Lawsuit (SF Chronicle)
    • LaHood Affirms Support for Tolling in Remarks to AASHTO (Dallas Morning News)
    • Got a Question for LaHood? "Let It Fly" (Fast Lane)

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