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8:17 AM EDT on March 15, 2011

    • Disaster-Ravaged Japan Shuts Down Auto Plants, Relies on Bicycles (AltTransport, TheCityFix)
    • Sen. Lautenburg Launches High-Speed Rail Caucus (The Hill)
    • At Florida Field Hearing, Witnesses Blast Gov. Scott's Rejection of High-Speed Rail (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Tampa-to-Orlando Was Never a Good Choice for High-Speed Rail: A Post-Mortem (NYT)
    • Members of Congress Blog About Need for Infrastructure Spending (The Hill)
    • Out of ARRA's $48 Billion For Infrastructure, $3 Billion Is Still Unspent, Vulnerable to Rescission (JOC)
    • The Impact of Current High Gas Prices on the Reauthorization Debate (National Journal)
    • Can Our Transit Systems Handle Skyrocketing Ridership As Gas Prices Rise? (Consumer Affairs)
    • San Antonio Beats Out Austin For the First Bikeshare in Texas (Business Journal)
    • Highway Users Alliance "Primer" On Obama's Misguided Tax on the Oil Industry (The Hill)
    • You, Too, Can Write an Anti-Bike-Lane Column -- Here's the Formula (NYT)
    • Historic Massachusetts Towns Now Have More Automobiles Than People (Planetizen)
    • How to Fund Bicycle Infrastructure: By Tearing Down Urban Highways (Grist)

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