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8:56 AM EDT on April 19, 2012

    • TSTC: "Dirty" Transportation Extension Is Not the Right Path
    • Boxer Urges Colleagues to Appoint Conferees as Soon as Rules Allow (Hill)
    • Follow-up to 4-Part Series on Walking: Why Don't Conservatives Walk? (Slate)
    • LaHood: "No Bill This Year," But at Least Drivers Are Safer (Politico)
    • Five Cities Could Save Over $1k/Month/Person by Switching to Transit (Transpo Nation)
    • What's the Better Way to Build Transit Ridership? Effectiveness or Fun? (Trans. Issues Daily)
    • Senate Budget Committee Includes Fifth Round of TIGER Grants for 2013 (T4America)
    • Canadian College Students Build Bicycle Crash Test Dummy (Treehugger)

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