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8:13 AM EDT on March 17, 2011

    • After 20 Years of Talk, Could the Infrastructure Bank Idea Finally Become Reality? (TNR)
    • FHWA Releases List of Bicycle Facilities Included in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
    • HSR Designation Allows Amtrak to Improve Connectivity on Nation's Densest Corridor (CivSource)
    • LaTourette: Some Lawmakers Don't Really Know What an Earmark Is, Let's Revisit Ban (The Hill)
    • Florida Gov. Scott Overestimated Job Creation Potential of Port-Dredging Project (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Can Tea Partiers Becomes Smart-Growth Urbanists? (NYTBoston Globe)
    • How Bicycle Infrastructure Improved the Local Economy in Hattiesburg, Mississippi (Bike League)
    • Working in Your Pajamas Saves 10 Million Barrels of Oil a Year (Switchboard)
    • Japan's High Density Made Its Population More Vulnerable to Natural Disaster (ShopFloor)
    • High-Speed Rail Rejection is a Slap in the Face of the Middle Class (Treehugger)

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