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8:56 AM EDT on November 2, 2011

    • See Who Voted to Quash Sen. Paul’s Anti-Bicycle/Pedestrian Amendment (Bike League)
    • Senate Vote Preserves Critical Transpo Funding, But Not Much for HSR  (T4ATransportation Nation)
    • Who Is Lobbying DC’s Top Transportation Congressmen? (Transportation Nation)
    • Public Transit Lobby Gets New Chief (Hill)
    • Plan for HSR More Realistic, Much More Pricey (SFGate)
    • FL Gov. Says HSR Cost Overruns in CA Explain His Prior Rejection of Federal Funds (Hill)
    • Is America’s Infrastructure Really So Bad? Two Viewpoints (WaPo)
    • Rural Officials Continue Attacks on Maryland Anti-Sprawl Plan (Baltimore Sun)
    • Moving the Suburban Workplace of Thousands Drives Up Transpo Costs for Pentagon (WaPo)
    • CT DOT Denies Permits for New Wheelchair-Accessible Cabs (CTMirror)
    • UPS Seeks 40 Seasonal Workers for Bicycle Delivery (BikePortland)

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