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8:45 AM EST on November 9, 2011

    • Senators to Push Bipartisan Transportation Bill Through Committee Today (Hill, WaPo)
    • Understanding the Senate Map 21 Transportation Proposal (T4A, BikeLeague)
    • Mica Compromises While Romney Vows to Cut Amtrak if Elected (Hill)
    • Sen. Kirk (R-Ill): HSR is Great, But Only for Distances 300 Miles or Less (Hill)
    • Traffic Makes Us Dumber: Scientists Say Car Exhaust Causes Brain Damage (TreeHugger)
    • Editorial: Rail Service Would Transform Vermont Economy (Burlington Free Press)
    • Seattle Voters Reject New Car Tab Fee That Would Have Funded Transit (SeattlePI)
    • Trumbull County, OH Residents Vote Overwhelmingly Against Funding Transit (WKNB)
    • Cincinnati Voters Give Green Light to a Long Debated Downtown Streetcar Project (
    • Singing Ballads for Transit in NC, With Video (TransportGooru)

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