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Today’s Headlines

9:07 AM EDT on June 15, 2011

    • Senator Cardin Wants Transportation Bill to Prioritize Road, Bridge Repairs (T4America blog)
    • New Report: High Gas Prices, Not Low Fares Boost Transit Ridership (Infrastructurist)
    • Scenes From CNU 19: Poticha, Blumenauer Tout Push for Livability (Transpo Nation)
    • WSJ Blog Gives a Lot of Ink to Wendell Cox's Claim That Smart Growth Caused the Housing Bubble
    • FL Gov. Scott Dumps Growth Management for New Agency Promoting Development (Miami Herald)
    • “National Dump the Pump Day” Reminds Commuters of Alternatives (Times Union, Car Connection)
    • Volvo: Forget Google Cars, Software Puts Cars on "Road Train" (MSNBC)
    • Hertz Adds Electric Bikes to Rental Fleet (EarthTechling)
    • General Motors Invests in Zero-Emission Transit Buses (MLive)
    • Are Sprawling, Unwalkable Cities Making Us Fat? (Good)

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