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8:13 AM EDT on March 24, 2011

    • House T&I Committee Provides Locations and Times for Rescheduled Field Hearings
    • Senators Get Blackberry Apps Removed That Help Drunk Drivers Evade Police (Sen. Lautenberg)
    • Rep. DeFazio Offers Bottle of Wine for a Word to Replace the Maligned "Livability" (Portland Mercury)
    • Over 1,000 Private Firms Lining Up to Profit Off of HSR "Boondoggle" (Earth Techling)
    • Poll: 79 Percent Would Choose High-Speed Train Over Plane (Travel Daily News)
    • Bay Area Starts $50 Million Loan Fund for Affordable TOD Housing (SJ Mercury)
    • Minnesota State House Raids Transportation Fund (Patch)
    • CNBC to Air "Sprawling From Grace: The Consequences of Suburbanization" Documentary
    • Urbanize Public Buildings First (Seattle Transit Blog)
    • By "War on Cars" Do You Mean "Market Rate Pricing"? (Grist)

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