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Today’s Headlines

8:48 AM EST on November 30, 2011

    • Redevelopment Around Cleveland's Healthline BRT Proving Skeptics Wrong (NYT)
    • Some States Propose Gas Tax Increase, NC Wants to Lower It (Landline)
    • Study: Majority of Washington State Residents Support More Money for Transportation (Publicola)
    • Helmet Share Helps Expand Bike Share Programs (TreeHugger)
    • New Jersey Aims to Increase Transit Use to Special Events in New Bill (Paramus Post)
    • Sprawling Walmarts Leave Vast Empty Lots in Their Wake, Spur Climate Change (Grist)
    • Rebuilding Post-Hurricane Galveston With Sustainability in Mind (NRDC)
    • California Lawmakers Lose Their Government Cars, But Will Still Get to Bill for Gas (SacBee)
    • Yakima, WA Resident: “This City’s Infrastructure Is Crumbling Around Us” (KIMATV)
    • Promoting Safety Tips for Pedestrians With Haiku in NYC (DNAInfo)

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