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8:54 AM EST on January 13, 2012

    • Report: FL Gov. Rick Scott Refused HSR Money After Failed White House Shakedown (Hill)
    • SC Conservationists Urge DOT to Fix Roads Before Building More Freeways (TheState)
    • MassDOT Challenges Bostonian App-Developers to Show Power of Mode-Share (TranspoNation)
    • Georgia, Alabama Governors Announce New Transportation Priorities (Landline)
    • Report: Arizona Has Second Worst Traffic Safety Laws in the Nation (CronkiteNews)
    • CT Governor: Red-Light Cameras Work, Promote Safer Driving (CTPost)
    • On-Demand Car Service Adds More Transportation Options in DC (GGW)
    • Ray LaHood: Streetcar Projects Creating Jobs, Livable Communities (FastLane)
    • Dan Burden’s "Walking Audits" Improving Towns by Putting People First (AARP)
    • LA Museum Presents Massive Sculpture of Our Transportation Future (AtlanticCities)
    • Dog Works as School Crossing Guard in Upstate NY (CNNVideo)
    • A 22-Year-Old Frank Zappa Plays the Drums Bicycle (Treehugger)

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