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8:49 AM EST on March 4, 2011

    • Tense Day in Court for Florida Rail Advocates (
    • Florida Mayors Ask Rick Scott to Reconsider Rejection of HSR Funds (Transpo Nation)
    • With Gas Prices Rising, Now Is Exactly the Wrong Time to Cut Back on Transit (MTR)
    • Krugman: Spending Cuts Threaten the Nascent Economic Recovery (NYT)
    • We Neglect Infrastructure at Our Peril (Politico)
    • Jeff Sessions "Flabbergasted" by DOT Budget Request (The Hill)
    • ACLU Mulls Suing Metro Over Bag Checks (Washington Examiner)
    • How Can We Avoid Transit Stops to Nowhere? (Transport Politic)
    • It's Time to Use Life-Cycle Budgeting for Infrastructure (The Hill)
    • Might the Japanese Subsidize California HSR? (Infrastructurist)
    • Car-Centric Conservatives Spill Ink About Fictional "War on Cars" (GGW, Ezra Klein)

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