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8:25 AM EST on December 1, 2011

    • Threat of Rail Strike Still Alive As Talks Falter, House GOP Wants to Intervene (WSJJournal Star)
    • We Haven't Seen the Death of the Congressional Earmark Just Yet (WaPo)
    • Private Investors' Demand For Profit Pushed Transit Off the Tappan Zee Bridge (Nyack News & Views)
    • World Bank Leader Explains How He Learned to Stop Worrying and Love PPPs (HuffPo)
    • Raquel Nelson's Re-Trial Postponed As Judge Refuses to Drop Remaining Charges (Ledger-Enquirer)
    • Urban Freeways "Don't Work Like They're Supposed To" -- So Tear Them Down (Salon)
    • How the Crackdown on Occupy LA Affected Transportation (LA Streetsblog)
    • Amtrak Had a Holiday Weekend to Be Thankful For (Railroad.Net)
    • Why Are There Fewer Pedestrian Malls Than There Used to Be? (Governing)
    • Michigan Considers Letting Everyone Pay For Transportation Infrastructure, Not Just Users (MLive)

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