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8:07 AM EDT on March 29, 2011

    • A $20 Billion Compromise Could Lead to Passage of the 2011 Budget, Six Months Late (Bloomberg)
    • After a Long Winter of Transit Cuts, Could It Be Springtime in Atlanta? (AJC)
    • Houston Transpo Council Prioritizes Automobiles Over Everything Else (Houston Chronicle)
    • Distracted Driving: A "Vibrant Sector" (Bike Portland)
    • T4America Releases State-by-State Report on Failing Bridges
    • Another Reason Not to Count on Electric Cars to Save the Planet (AltTransport)
    • Open Video Letter to Chicago: Why Is So Much of Our City's Infrastructure Oriented Toward Cars? (WBEZ)
    • Imagining the Next Generation of Fare Payment Systems (GGW)
    • "You'd Better Learn to Walk": A Portrait of A City Struggling With Transit Cuts (WTAE)
    • Svelte Crash Test Dummies Need to Fatten Up to Accurately Foretell Dangers (Minyanville)
    • Heritage: Reliance on Amtrak is Death Knell for High-Speed Rail (WSJ)

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