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8:56 AM EST on January 17, 2012

    • House Reconvenes Today, and Transportation Bills Abound (Politico)
    • Rep. Aaron Schock Says House Vote on 5-Year Highway Bill Could Come Next Month (JournalStar)
    • Bike Companies Expect Boost From Obama’s “Insourcing” Initiative (BikePortland)
    • Iowa Gas Tax Increase Has Bipartisan Support (Muscatine Journal)
    • Pro-Transit Trend in Bipartisanship May Be Spreading to Indiana, Too (IndyStar)
    • LaHood Defends Tax Credit for Plug-In Electric Vehicles (Autoblog)
    • New Transportation Funding Strategy in WA “Too Timid” to Be Effective (HeraldNet)
    • Federal Highway Administrator Supports Tolling Interstate in Arizona (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
    • Transit Agencies Struggle to Accommodate Increasing Girth of American Passengers (NYT)
    • No Ticket for Driver Who Hit Gene Hackman Riding a Bike in South Florida (Cyclelicious)
    • Should Public Transit Have to Serve Sprawl? (Calgary OpenFile)

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