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8:51 AM EST on February 6, 2012

    • Now Is the Time to Fight, Transportation Advocates (Transport Politic)
    • Rep. De Fazio Champions Safe Routes to School Just Before Party Line Vote to Defund (Shareable)
    • GOP Transit Bill Gets Railed From All Sides (Washington Times, Hill)
    • Just How Big Are Subsidies to Fossil-Fuel Companies? (Grist)
    • Climate Change Will Make You Love Big Government (Grist)
    • How Taxis Solve the "Last Mile" Challenge of Transit (Atlantic Cities)
    • In Post-Earmark Era, Small Cities Increase Federal Lobbying Budget to Save Projects (NYTimes)
    • Law Enforcement Among Those Opposing NH Bill to Ban Sobriety Checkpoints (UnionLeader)
    • Traffic Camera Law Split Among States, Confusing Motorists and Policymakers (USAToday)
    • Unions, Students Remind CA “We Want High-Speed Rail” (OC Register)
    • Michigan’s Limited Texting Ban Not Keeping Motorists Off Social Media, Out of Crashes (MLive)
    • Piscataquis, Maine Could Be the USA’s Newest, Truest Car-Free City (PlanetSave)
    •  Thriving U.S. Rail Industry Means Jobs, Profits in Pittsburgh (Post-Gazette)

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