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8:45 AM EDT on April 11, 2011

    • Shutdown Averted: Billions for Transportation Will Be Cut (The Hill)
    • EPA Riders Eliminated During Budget Deal (Politico)
    • Gas Prices on Path for an All-Time High (CNN)
    • Double Beltways for DC Would Have Meant Double Sprawl (Transpo Nation)
    • Facebook Goes Suburban With Move to Menlo Park (Grist)
    • Study: High Asthma Rates Near Ports in California (NRDC)
    • Exurbs Hammered: The End of Sprawl? (Star Tribune)
    • Should Parking Be Regulated by the Government? (Cato Unbound)
    • Personal Rapid Transport Is Not Reality-Based (BeyondDC)
    • CaBi Stations Coming Soon to Arlington (ARLnow)

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