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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on April 5, 2012

    • Treasury Secretary Is Sick of Short-Term Transportation Stopgaps (Hill)
    • Yesterday Was National Walking Day. How Safe Are Your Streets? (T4America)
    • GOP Rep. Peter King Latest to Join Senate Transpo Bill Supporters (TSTC)
    • The Atlantic Dug Up This GM Propaganda Movie, "Give Yourself the Green Light"
    • Bike Advocates a Force to Be Reckoned With (BikeLeague)
    • Transportation Debate in Atlanta Takes to the Airwaves (Biz Journal)
    • Exurban Sprawl Has Slowed to Historic Lows (HuffPo)
    • And the Big Box Retail Era Is Coming to a Close (Bloomberg)

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