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Today’s Headlines

8:48 AM EDT on April 6, 2011

    • Infrastructure Mired in Budget Battle (NYT)
    • Oil Dependence Leaves American Economy Vulnerable (AP)
    • How Can the U.S. Move Forward on Transportation? (National Journal)
    • Water: An Untapped Transportation Resource? (The Hill)
    • Mayor Gray Finds Room for Transit in DC Budget (GGW)
    • Survey: Americans Prefer Walkable Neighborhoods (IBT)
    • Does Bus Rapid Transit Have a Future? (Grist)
    • Radiant City: The Paradox of the Suburbs (Treehugger)
    • Joel Kotkin Likes Garden Cities, But Doesn't Know What They Are (Market Urbanism)

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