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8:50 AM EST on November 28, 2011

    • Funding Rejected by GOP Governors Keeps Obama’s HSR Plans on Track (Hill)
    • LaHood: Passage of Transportation Bill Critical to Job Creation (Journal Star)
    • DOT Bans Use of Hand-Held Devices for Commercial Drivers (Landline)
    • Reviving the Urbanized, Habitable Bridge (Next American City)
    • Would Fewer But Heavier Trucks Be Safer and More Fuel Efficient? (FOX)
    • The Hummer Returns!? Could Obama’s Fuel Standards Bring Back the SUV? (TreeHugger)
    • The Fringe Suburb is Dead (NYTimes)
    • Looking Back on 2011 for Bikes Makes Grist Wheely Wheely Thankful
    • Study: Answer to California’s Energy Crisis is Easy! E-Cars and More Power Plants! (Cyclelicious)
    • Innovative Polish Subway Trains Recycle Kinetic Energy (Earth & Industry)
    • Put to a Vote, Controversial $5.5 Billion Rail Project Wins in Germany (BostonGlobe)

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