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8:58 AM EST on February 10, 2012

    • Sac Bee: House GOP Throws Transit Under a Bus
    • Seven Fatal Flaws in the House Highway Bill (Center for Amer. Progress)
    • Alon Levy Takes a Closer Look at House's Bad Bill
    • Trucking and Railroad Industries Call Truce, Support House Bill (Bloomberg)
    • White House Backs Senate Transpo Bill (Hill)
    • America Has 40 Million McMansions That Nobody Wants (Grist)
    • Oregon Looks Beyond Gas Tax as Mileage-Based Fees Evolve (BikePortland)
    • Florida Missed Out on $41 Million Per Year by Rejecting High-Speed Rail (Grist)
    • Americans Like Smart Growth, at Least in Theory (DC CityPaper)
    • Unraveling Toronto's Transit Planning Mess (National Post)
    • New Report: How Communities Can Promote Non-Motorized Travel (MarketWatch)

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