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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EDT on October 26, 2011

    • Miles Driven on US Roads Fall to Lowest Levels Since 2003 (USA Today)
    • Treasury Secretary Urges Congress to Pass Infrastructure Legislation (BusinessWeek)
    • Rep. Hoyer Pushes Back on GOP Highway Bill Claims (Hill)
    • Events Across the Country Bring Sense of Urgency to Bridge Repair (T4A)
    • MD Commission Urges Increasing Gas Tax, Other Fees to Fund Transpo Projects (Baltimore SunWaPo)
    • Michigan Governor to Propose Dropping Gas Tax for New Tax on Wholesale Fuel Prices (Wilx)
    • Governor Looks to Bus Rapid Transit to Connect Metro-Detroit (DFP)
    • VA Weakens Road Connection Standards for People Who Walk, Bike, Take Transit (GGW)
    • Athenians Take to Bicycles to Ride Out Crisis (NPR)
    • ‘Gimme 3 Feet’ Law Passes in Mobile, Alabama (Press-Register)
    • Meet Dezy Walls and His 300lb PianoBike (BikePortland)

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