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8:44 AM EDT on April 9, 2012

    • It's Not Just Transportation -- Lots of Bipartisan Bills Are Hitting Gridlock in Congress (Hill)
    • Light Rail Is Good For Business -- If Businesses Can Survive Its Construction (Strib)
    • Massachusetts Is Still Struggling Under Burden of Big Dig Debt, Transit Fares Increase (Globe)
    • Florida Gov. Reduces State-Level Planning Capacity, Leaves Decisions in Local Hands (Sentinel)
    • Will 64 Miles of On-Street Bike Lanes Raise Indianapolis' Mode Share Above 0.3%? (IndyStar)
    • Want to Fight Urban Sprawl? Stop Regional Planning (Dallas Observer)
    • Shuttle Entrepreneur Sees Greater Need in Detroit, Expands Private Bus Service (Detroit News)
    • Bicycles Also Fill Gaps in Detroit Transportation; Cycling Up By 258% (HuffPo)
    • Another Way Highways Destroy the Environment and Decimate Local Budgets: Litter (STL Today)
    • Your Zip Code Has As Much Impact on Your Weight Gain As Your Genetic Code (KPBS)

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