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8:55 AM EST on March 5, 2012

    • What If Congress Can't Pass a Transpo Bill or Even an Extension? (Politico)
    • As Promised, Reid Sets up Cloture Vote on Transportation Bill (Hill)
    • T4America Advocacy Blitz Gains Support From Policymakers
    • As Pump Prices Soar, Drivers Turn to Public Transit (UTSD, BND)
    • Drill, Baby, Drill Redux: What Really Causes High Gas Prices and What Doesn't (NYT)
    • How an Infrastructure Bank Could Really Work for a City Like Chicago (Chicago Business)
    • Austin Statesman: Give a Green Light to Red Light Traffic Enforcement
    • GM Halts Production of Chevy Volt Due to Low Sales (WaPo)
    • In Their Own Words: DC's Planners Unknowingly Paved the Way for Sprawl 60 Years Ago (GGW)
    • A Comic Look at How Rising Gas Prices Make for Silly Political Games (TransportGooru)

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