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8:55 AM EST on December 14, 2011

    • House Committee to Hold Hearing on "Skyrocketing" Cost of CA HSR (Hill)
    • NTSB Calls for Banning Driver Cell Phone Use (NY Times)
    • Cell Phone Industry Reacts, Does Not Want to Restrict "Manual" Phone Use in Cars (Hill)
    • Ray LaHood Kicks Off Nationwide Crackdown on Drunk Driving (FastLane)
    • US Government Backs Detroit’s Regional Transit Plan (Detroit News)
    • New Passenger Rail Service to Connect Chicago, Quad Cities, by 2014 (Examiner)
    • Who Really Pays for Roads? (Buffalo Rising)
    • What Ever Happened to San Francisco’s Performance-Based Parking? (GGW)
    • One Pedestrian Advocate Celebrates Potholes (Grist)
    • How Parking Spaces Define Cities – a Graphic Comparison (Old Urbanist)
    • China Daily, China’s English Newspaper, Calls for National Bicycle Infrastructure
    • Facebook Promotes Bicycle Commuting for Employees (Patch Palo Alto)

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