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8:56 AM EST on January 4, 2012

    • Iowa-Centric Candidates Ignoring Urban Issues (Salon) and Transportation (Politico)
    • Are More Temporary Extensions of Transportation Bills Inevitable? (National Journal)
    • Romney’s Last Words Before Caucus Were Railing Against Amtrak (TranspoNation)
    • Republican Presidential Candidates Weren’t Always Anti-HSR (NYTimes)
    • Missouri’s Refusal to Adopt New Safety Standards Could Cut Them Off From Highway Fund (KCStar)
    • Sprawl Is Costing Florida Hundreds of Millions (FL Independent)
    • San Francisco Determined to Boost Transit, Biking and Walking to 50 Percent By 2010 (SFGate)
    • Panel Says California Should Not Authorize Bond Money for HSR; Backers Lash Out (LATimes)
    • Boston Transit Fares Could Rise 43 Percent, With Cuts to Bus, Rail and Ferry (Boston Globe)
    • In Nevada, Driving Deaths Downs, Pedestrian Fatalities Up (8NewsNow)
    • How the Dutch Got Their Cycle Paths (HuffPo)

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