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9:26 AM EDT on May 27, 2011

    • Mica Wants to Kick Amtrak Out of the Northeast Corridor, Dems Won't Have It (Globe, The Hill)
    • Add Bad Station-Area Planning to the List of the Pentagon's Blunders (Yglesias)
    • Video: The Case for Smart Growth (Switchboard)
    • Utah Slows Down Freeway Expansion Plan in Favor of Transit (Salt Lake Tribune)
    • State Could Pull the Plug on Charlotte Light Rail Funding (Charlotte Observer)
    • NY Senate OKs Gas Tax Holidays, a Great Way to Starve the State of Needed Funds (Land Line)
    • Transit Use by Senior Citizens Up 40 Percent (New Urban Network)
    • Riding on the Streets is Safer Than Riding on the Sidewalk (and Other Surprises) (Good)
    • "Inspector America" Urges More Infrastructure Investment (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
    • Our "Exit Ramp Economy" Challenges Transit to Follow People and Jobs to the Suburbs (Citiwire)

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