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8:53 AM EDT on October 31, 2011

    • Senate to Begin Action on Two-Year Transportation Bill (National League of Cities)
    • Study: Commuting Is Bad for Your Health, Unless You Bike or Walk (DailyMail)
    • Agreement on Seattle Regional Rail as Progressive as Project Itself (Transport Politic)
    • Stakes High for California HSR; $9 Billion Now on the Line (MercuryNews)
    • Union Pacific Voices Major Objections to California Bullet Train (LATimes)
    • Florida, Rep. Mica Want More HOT Lanes (Transportation Nation)
    • Mississippi Regional Multi-Purpose Trail Network Gets Boost (Clarion Ledger)
    • How Minneapolis Disincentivizes Living Close to Downtown (ThinkProgress)
    • New Orleans Journalist Forced to Bike to Work Finds It “a Better Idea Than It Sounds”  (MyNewOrleans)
    • Draft Law Against Sidewalk Riding in Cyprus Sparks Debate on Bike-Friendliness (TreeHugger)

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