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8:53 AM EST on January 20, 2012

    • Facebook's in the Dash, Now Android Could Be in the Rear-View Mirror (AutoBlog)
    • The 1 Percent Versus the 99 Percent, Road Safety Edition (T4America)
    • Dwight Graves, Who Supported Raquel Nelson in Court, Is Dead at 64 (Journal-Constitution)
    • Hippest Bike Cities, as Ranked by Craigslist and Normalized for Population (Cyclelicious)
    • The Hartford Courant's Tom Condon: Smart Growth Means Economic Development
    • And One UC Irvine Professor Explains Why Smart Growth Is Healthy Growth (SB Sun)
    • More Fuel Efficient Cars Spell Less Money for Mass Transit (Triple Pundit)
    • Slate Reviews Jarrett Walker's New Book, "Human Transit"
    • Two Investors Want Politics Taken Out of Infrastructure (Politico)
    • Sunday Marks the 100th Anniversary of First Train to Key West (Miami Herald)

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