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8:56 AM EST on November 22, 2011

    • LaHood Warns Super Committee Failure Will Hit Transportation Programs (JOC)
    • Does the User Pays Model Still Hold Up for Transportation? (National Journal)
    • Connecticut to Get First Inter-City BRT (Transpo Nation)
    • Fuel-Efficiency Targets Good for Americans, the Economy (Hill)
    • New Questions About China’s HSR Crash (BBC)
    • Small Non-Profit in Northern Montana Gives Rural Region North Central Montana Transit (T4A)
    • ‘No Handheld Devices’ While Driving Means No, Even at Stop Lights (NYT)
    • A New Vision for DC’s Abandoned Streetcar Tunnels (Atlantic Cities)
    • Washington State Voters Against Traffic Cameras, But Courts Still Get to Decide (Stateline)
    • Paint Makes a Big Difference for Pedestrians in DC (GGW)

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