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8:58 AM EST on December 6, 2011

    • LaHood to Testify on HSR, Lessons Learned Before House Committee (Hill)
    • Without HUD Sustainable Communities Program, Americans Will Pay More for Housing+Transpo (Citiwire)
    • China Ready and Willing to Invest in America’s Infrastructure (Reuters)
    • Infrastructure Banks, Common in States, Explained (Stateline)
    • Fast Trains From Detroit to Chicago Expected Within 4 Years (Detroit Free Press)
    • Michigan Governor, Detroit Mayor in DC to Talk Transit (Republic)
    • Transit Near Me Helps DC Residents Better Use, Understand Transit (GGW)
    • One If By Land, Two If By Sea: Boston to Boost Water Transit (Boston Globe)
    • MIT Algorithm Predicts Who Runs Red Lights (TransportationNation)
    • Stunning Video Captures the Traffic Chaos of Ho Chi Minh City (TransportGooru)

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