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9:54 AM EDT on October 18, 2011

    • Is the White House Focus on Jobs a Roadblock to Transportation Reauthorization? (Politico)
    • LaHood in Detroit with $47 Million in Relief for Transit Riders (DFP)
    • Democrats Press Supercommittee to Go After Oil Subsidies (The Hill)
    • Study: High Speed Rail in One Province Could Boost Entire Canadian Economy (Montreal Gazette)
    • Can Electric Cars Actually Save Electricity? (WaPo)
    • Yglesias on the Folly of City-Owned Parking Garages (Atlantic)
    • The Urban Living Boom Held Back by Not-So-Stranded Suburbanites (Grist)
    • Investors May Not Back California HSR Until After It’s Running (LATimes)
    • Cars and Intersections May Soon 'Talk' Using USDOT Connected Vehicle Technology (WKMG)
    • Bright Lights, Big City: The Beauty of Our Cities At Night (NRDC)
    • Making Cities Livable Conference Extends Healthy Communities Design Deadline (Planetizen)

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