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8:58 AM EDT on April 18, 2011

    • In Sprawling Atlanta, Pols Call for Better Transit, Bike Infrastructure, and More (AJC)
    • Does Obama Have the Chutzpah to Push for Infrastructure? (The Transport Politic)
    • Gas Prices Rising But Still a Bargain (ABCFlowing Data)
    • Can a New Light Rail Line Help Unite the Divided City of Jerusalem? (Transpo Nation)
    • A Mere Sliver of the Federal Budget -- 3 Percent -- Goes to Transportation (The Atlantic)
    • $10 Gas: We Can Be Ready If We Want to Be (BikePortland)
    • After Funding Cuts, What's Next for California High-Speed Rail? (CAHSR)
    • In California, Cap-and-Trade Is Far From Dead (Reuters)
    • In Response to Deaths, Massachusetts Plans Tunnel Upgrades (Globe)

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