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8:14 AM EST on November 11, 2011

    • The Infrastructure We're Building Now Will Bring Us Over the Climate Tipping Point in 5 Years (NatGeo)
    • Speeding Up the TIGER Timeline Makes LaHood a Grinch to HUD Employees (WaPo)
    • Lessons Learned From Tuesday's Ballot Initiatives: #1 - Build From Success (RPUSSwitchboard)
    • Why Did the Seattle Car-Tab Vote Fail? Maybe It Wasn't High Enough. (Seattle Times)
    • Cyclelicious Sets Out to Argue Against Mandatory Sidepath Rule But Mostly Hates On Sidepaths
    • What Could Save CA HSR? An Obama Win in 2012 and More Traffic Jams. (SacBee)
    • Judge: Bullet Train Has to Re-Route Around South Bay (SJ Mercury)
    • NAACP, Enviro Council: A Shift From Roads to Transit Could Transform Detroit (Freep)
    • Free Parking (Even For Energy-Efficient Cars) Isn't Green (Yglesias)
    • Another Engineering Failure (GGW)

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