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9:08 AM EST on November 15, 2011

    • Transit Union Wants Pols to See Fare Increases as New Taxes (National Journal)
    • Why Cities Should Dismantle Urban Roadways (ThinkProgress)
    • Record Year of Disasters Leaves Funding Short to Rebuild Roads (Stateline)
    • Infographic Demonstrates T4A’s “There Are More Broken Bridges Than Golden Arches” (TransportGooru)
    • Michigan DOT Moves Forward With Plans for Detroit-Chicago HSR (WZZM)
    • Will NYC Be Next Bike-Sharing Mecca? (NPR)
    • America Fast Forward: Los Angeles Emerges as Leader in Transit Investment (Planetizen)
    • The Existential Question of E-Bikes Keeps Them Out of Some Cities (GOOD, Coloradoan)
    • In Montreal, More Frustrated Motorists Are Taking Transit (Montreal Gazette)
    • Clemson Gets South Carolina’s First Energy-Efficient Transit Center (Independent Mail)

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