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    • Will Florida End Up Having to Pay the Feds For Killing HSR? (Florida Times-Union)
    • LaHood Lays Off Restrictions On Hands-Free Car Distractions, Targets Teens (Detroit News, WaPo)
    • Bike Advocates Converge On Washington Amid Concern of Spending Cuts (WaPo)
    • White House Eyes Oil Reserves As Prices Rise (JOC)
    • Janette Sadik-Khan, Under Attack For Re-Distributing Valuable Rights-of-Way in NYC (TNR)
    • Rising Gas Prices Are Increasing the Mass Transit Dividend: How Much Does Your City? (APTA)
    • NY Republican Peter King Attacks His Party's Cuts to Transit Security (The Hill)
    • HOV Lanes Have Created a Unique "Slugging" Subculture in DC: Leaderless and Trusting (Miller-McCune)
    • Total Miles Traveled Might Be Rising, But Per Capita Driving Has Plateaued (Switchboard)
    • Pro-Car Toronto Mayor Devises New Transit Plan to Serve Half the People For the Same Cost (City TV)

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