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8:58 AM EST on November 29, 2011

    • FTA Grants Houston $900 Million for Light Rail Expansion (Houston Chronicle)
    • Politics Destroyed ‘Sustainable Communities’ Programs, But Its Work is Still Being Done (Boston Globe)
    • "OMG!" Regal Cinemas and Gas Station TVs to Show New Anti-Distracted Driving PSAs (FastLane)
    • Amtrak Routes Carrying 75% of Passengers Now Offer Free Wi-Fi (SFGate)
    • 12 Dead on Georgia Roads Over Thanksgiving Holiday Is Pretty Standard (Augusta Chronicle)
    • California's Thanksgiving Weekend Death Toll (21) Includes One Ped, One Cyclist (Cyclelicious)
    • California Clearly Needs HSR, But Can Government Afford It? (NPR)
    • Smart Growth Development Funding Transit in San Diego (Sign on SD)
    • Funded BRT in Connecticut Irks Those Fighting for Local Rail Expansion (Transport Politic)
    • DC Metro Considers a ‘Tourist Zone’ Flat Fare, But It’s Not as Simple as It Sounds (GGW)

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