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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM EDT on March 30, 2011

    • White House Wants Oil Imports Reduced a Third in Ten Years (Politico)
    • Bloomberg Administration Pushes Back Against Bike Lane Critics (NYT)
    • Proposed $150 Million Cut Would Put Metro on the Slow Track (WaPo)
    • Lawmakers Pitch Smart Transpo Technology for a Few Cities (The Hill)
    • How Much Do Contrails Contribute to Global Warming? (New Scientist)
    • Ped Projects Vie With Highways for Funding in Houston (Transpo Nation)
    • Analysis of Census Data Puts Transit Oriented Development to the Test (GGW)
    • Fairfax County Rolls Out Names for  New Metro Stops (WTOP)
    • Gov. Walker Not So Anti-Rail After All (AP)
    • Solar Panels: Ugly? (Infrastructurist)

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