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8:55 AM EST on January 24, 2012

    • House to Vote Today on FAA Bill Today (Hill)
    • Republican Leadership Gives Transit Boost in Indiana and Michigan (Stateline)
    • California Sues San Diego Over Transpo Plan That May Promote Sprawl (Forbes)
    • DOT Grants $3.5 Million to Sustainable Transportation Research (OIT)
    • Fewer Teens Are Rushing to the DMV at 16 (Trib)
    • Tampa Looks to Transit to Boost Attendance at Rays Games (TBO)
    • New Bill Could Require Four Feet to Pass People on Bikes in Philadelphia (TribLive)
    • Virginia Poised to Sell Naming Rights to Roads and Bridges (WINA)
    • NYC Commuter Rail Pledging a Seat for Every Rider (AP)
    • Illegal for Bicyclists, Pedestrians to Use ‘Safer’ Bridge Route in Charleston, SC (CharlestonCity)

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