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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EST on December 19, 2011

    • Romney: As President, I’d Borrow to Pay for Transportation Infrastructure (Transpo Nation)
    • Senator Brown’s Transit Flexibility Bill Is Badly Needed in Many Cities (T4A)
    • Mexico City’s Sleek New Buses Cut Pollution, Generate Carbon Credit Sales (Reuters)
    • Strong Support for Texting Ban Runs Deeper in Missouri Town (HuffPo)
    • BRT Is Great But Is It to Blame for Killing Detroit Plans for Light Rail? (Transport Politic)
    • DC City Council Considers Move to Promote Partying in the Streets (HousingComplex)
    • Sprawl Blamed for Plunging Canadians Into Debt (Times Colonist)
    • Salt Lake Suburbia Wants ‘Suburban Renaissance for the 21st Century’ (SLTribune)
    • Burlington, Vermont Police Discover the Benefits of Bicycle Patrols (Fox8)
    • Transit Goes Festive for the Holidays (NRDC)

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