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8:39 AM EDT on October 20, 2011

    • Video: LaHood Talks HSR, Bike Funding, Sidewalks, and a "Five-Year" Bill (FastLane)
    • Shift Defense Spending Over to Infrastructure, Solve the Funding Crisis (Infrastructurist)
    • Transit Benefit Expires At the End of the Year -- Time to Restructure It (WaPo)
    • Another Voice Saying Only Congestion Pricing -- Not Transit -- Can Ease Congestion (WaPo)
    • WSJ: There's More to Amtrak's Record Ridership Numbers Than Meets the Eye
    • NJ Transit Embraces Google Wallet Payment System (InformationWeek)
    • Another Carmaggedon Coaxes Seattleites to Take Transit (KIRO)
    • Oberstar Ouster Rep. Cravaack Opines Against HSR And Gets In a Jab At Bike Funding in Strib Op-Ed
    • DC Residents Suggest Creating Car-Free Ped Plazas and Finding Better Uses For Alleys (WCP)
    • Running Across the Street Is a Symbol of Surrender to Autocentricity (Transportationist)

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